Updated: Jun 11
If you're looking to qualify as an architect in the UK, you'll know that the Part 3 exam is the final hurdle before you can officially call yourself an architect. This exam is notoriously challenging and requires a thorough understanding of architectural practice, management, and law. One of the best ways to prepare for this exam is by reading relevant books that cover the essential topics. This blog post gives you access to some of the most useful books for those looking to complete their Part 3 exams in architecture.
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Part 3 Handbook by Stephen Brookhouse
The Part 3 Handbook is the only book of its kind – an approved RIBA guide to taking Part 3, with support on all the essential components including the Professional Experience and Development Record, the written examination, the case study and the oral examination. It also outlines the Part 3 criteria, professional registration and CPD. Written by an experienced practitioner and Professional Studies Advisor, the book demystifies the whole process of qualifying, dispelling commonly held myths and offering genuine insight into what examiners really want. Fully updated for 2020, this edition features a brand new chapter on professional development and includes up-to-date guidance on the RIBA 2020 Plan of Work.