A-21, r. 3 - Regulation respecting other terms and conditions for permits to be issued by the Ordre des architectes du Québec

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5.01.05. The examination for admission shall consist of 8 parts lasting 3 hours each, except the part on architectural composition, which shall last 12 hours. The examination is designed to determine whether the candidate has sufficient knowledge of:
(a)  the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the Architects Act (chapter A-21) and the regulations made thereunder;
(b)  articles of the Civil Code that concern architects;
(c)  the various services rendered by architects;
(d)  Québec laws and regulations that govern the construction of buildings;
(e)  relationships between architects and other parties working in the field of construction;
(f)  building materials and construction methods;
(g)  methods of estimating construction costs;
(h)  the preparation of specifications;
(i)  the administration of an architects’ office;
(j)  the stages in a construction project;
(k)  architecture in general;
(l)  the application of the principles of design; and
(m)  architectural composition.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. A-21, r. 2, s. 5.01.05; O.C. 1144-93, s. 2.