Principles of Construction Level 1

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- Q1Which one of the following identifies constructional changesSpecificationMethod StatementPrograme of WorkVariation Order30sEditDelete
- Q2Using a scale of 1:10, a 10mm line would represent10m10mm10mm1m30sEditDelete
- Q3Which one of the following be used to determine a building height above sea level.Building LineFinished Floor LevelFrontage LineTemporary Bench Mark45sEditDelete
- Q4Which one of the following is a means of water harvesting?Smaller WC CisternReuse of SewageRestriction of Water TapsUse of storage butts30sEditDelete
- Q51. On a scale of 1:50, what does 50mm represent?3000mmc. 2500mm1500mm2000mm30sEditDelete
- Q6What is the scale used on a block plan?1:1001:11:501:250030sEditDelete
- Q7Hatchings are used to identify which of the following?StairsBrickwork and blockworkVOidsAir Vents30sEditDelete
- Q8Why are symbols used on drawings and plans?To represent different materials and componentsTo avoid the used of technical jargonTo make drawings more interesting to look atTo help operatives understand drawings30sEditDelete
- Q9Which material is used to reduce energy in a building?PlasterWallpaperPaintInsulation30sEditDelete
- Q10Which of the following tasks is not determined by a datum?FoundationsWindow cill heightsSetting out roof trussesFinished floor level30sEditDelete
- Q11Which material is not used in concrete foundations?HardcoreSandAggregatesCement30sEditDelete
- Q12What does the acronym DPM stand for?Damp preventing membraneDamp proofing materialDamp preventing materialDamp proof membrane30sEditDelete
- Q13What is the formula for calculating foundations?Length x width x depth2 (length x width x depth)2 (length x width)Length x width30sEditDelete
- Q14What does DPC stand for?Damp preventing cementDamp proof cillDamp proof courseDamp preventing course30sEditDelete
- Q15Which of the following is used as a final finish on internal walling?RenderPlasterboardArtexPaint30sEditDelete
- Q16What is the formula for calculating the area of a wall?2 (Length x height x depth)Length x height x depth2 (Length x height)Length x height30sEditDelete
- Q17Which is the correct sequence for painting a newly plastered internal wall?Prepare wall, mist coat, undercoat, top coatMist coat, prepare wall, top coat, undercoatPrepare wall, undercoat, top coat, mist coat,Prepare wall, top coat, mist coat, undercoat30sEditDelete
- Q18Which of the following is not a component of a solid concrete floor?CementSandReinforcementDamp proof course30sEditDelete
- Q19What is the ratio for mixing mortar?4 sand x 1 cement1 aggregate x 4 sand1 aggregate x 4 cement4 cement x 1 sand30sEditDelete
- Q20A flat roof has a pitch no more than:20º5º15º10º30sEditDelete