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BUILDING TECH EXAM

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1. Identify this type of brick bond


a. Flemish bond b. Common bond c. Garden Wall Bond d. English bond

2. Identify this type of brick bond


a. Flemish bond b. Common bond c. Garden Wall d. English Bond

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3. Identify this 2 types of brick bond


a. English and Flemish bond b. Garden wall and English bond c. Stretcher and English bond

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4. Identify this type of brick bond


a. Flemish bond b. Common bond c. Stretcher or Running bond d. English bond

5. Identify this type of wood joints.


a. butt joints

b. rabbet joints

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c. dado joints

d. tenon joints

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6. Identify this type of wood joints

a. butt joints

b. rabbet joints

c. lap joints

d. miter joints

c. lap joints

d. miter joints

7. Identify this type of wood joints.


a. butt joints

b. rabbet joints

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8. Identify this type of wood joints.


a. butt joints

b. rabbet joints

c. lap joints

d. miter joints

c. lap joints

d. dado joints

9. Identify this type of wood joints.


a. butt joints

b. rabbet joints

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10. Identify this type of wood joints.


a. butt joints

b. mortise and tenon joints

c. lap joints

d. dado joints

11. Identify this type of wood joints


a. butt joints

b. mortise and tenon joints

c. dowel joints

d. dado joints

12. Identify this type of wood joints.


a.butt joints

b. mortise and tenon joints

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c. dovetail joints

d. dado joints

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13. What will absorb more heat?


a. light brick b. dark brick c. clay brick d. yellow brick
14. To avoid chalking of paint what should be done ?
a. apply new paint b. do not paint when humid c. buy new roller d. apply sanding
sealer
15. Area to avoid Flat Paint?
a. rough Surface b. crowded and busy kitchen c. wood d. ceiling
16. Used for cutting curves on thin plywood?
a. Jigsaw b. router c. lathe machine d. circular saw
17. Used to cut wooden baluster to its own shaped?
a. Jigsaw b. Router c. Circular Saw d. Hand Saw
18. Best finish for high quality narra door?
a. Varnish b. Lacquer c. Polyurethane d. Shellac
19. Used as a filler in flush door and metal door?
a. Sealant b. Epoxy c. Honeycomb d. Styropore
20. What happens when you break laminated glass?
a. It will break into smaller harmless particles
b. It will break break but not splinter into room
c. It will not break
d. It will break and cause damage to the people
21. What will happen when you break tempered glass?
a. It will break into smaller harmless particles
b. It will break break but not splinter into room
c. It will not break
d. It will break and cause damage to the people
22. Type of glass used for display windows?
a. Clear Glass
b. Tempered Glass
c. Laminated Glass
d. Tintedt Glass
23. What is the advantage of polybutylene over pVC pipes?
a. color b. flexible c. small diameter d. cheap
24. Which among the following is the most rigid for door frame?
a. rabetted b. tenon and mortise c. canto mesa d. overlapping frame
25. For a structure near the sea what is the best type of roofing?
a. asphalt roofing b. concrete c. galvanized iron roofing c. cement board
26. When a surface is uneven and cannot be totally flattened what is the best paint
finish to use to hide the uneven surface?
a. flat paint b. glossy Paint c. semi glossy paint d. eggshell

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27. Which flooring is best for heavy traffic area?


a. vitrified tiles b. porcelain tiles c. vinyl tiles d. plane concrete
28. Ceramic tiles of varying shapes for finishing an angles?
a. trimmer b. edging c. tile trim d. finishing angle
29. What is a common profile of a tile trim?
a. flat b. square c. quarter round d. half round
30. It is a web found in a structural member?
a. rafter b. roof truss c. purlins d. batten
31. It is the middle part of a wide flange?
a. wing b. web c. side flange d. floor flange
32. It is also known as elastic limit?
a. deformation b. elongation c. buckling d. cracking
33. What component of steel dictates its ductility?
a. phosphorous b. carbon c. sulfur d. all of the above
34. What is used in a hospital door?
a. gravity hinge b. vertical spring hinge c. double action hinge d. pivot hinge
35. A type of bolt which can be accessed at one side only?
a. deadbolt b. flush bolt c. barrel bolt d. lockset
36. In a heavy panel door what is the appropriate to use so that the door will
automatically close without pushing or pulling?
a. gravity door b. door closer c. key operated lock d. automated door controller
37. Which is not a hardware that supports a door?
a. pivot hinge b. jamb c. floor flange d. lockset
38. A type of lighting where 90-100% of light output is directed to ceiling or upper
walls?
a. specific lighting b. indirect lighting c. accent lighting d. gen. lighting
39. Lighting that provides illumination to special object like sculptor?
a. specific lighting b. indirect lighting c. accent lighting d. gen. lighting
40. Lighting used primarily to draw attention to particular points of interest?
a. specific lighting b. indirect lighting c. accent lighting d. gen lighting
41. Identify the type of screw below

a. tap screw b. telkscrew c. wing screw d. fly screw


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42. Identify the types of bolt below

a. expansion bolt b. hexagonal bolt c. regular bolt d. twisted bolt


43. Has the ability to advance when turned, while creating its own thread. This ability
is created sometimes by having a gap in the continuity of the thread on the screw.
These edges can cut their own threads as the screw is driven in to the material.
They function by having a cutting edge which drills away the material, making a
tiny hole for the screw to go into.

a. tap screw b. telkscrew c. advance screw d. self drilling screw


44. Hinges function to carry a double-swing door through its full range of motion and
then act to close the door using internal springs under tension. These hinges can
be adjusted for various closing tensions and are easy to install on a prehung or
premortised door.

a. butt hinge b. butterfly hinge c. double action hinge d. single action hinge

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45. A hinge that closes automatically as a result of the weight of a door to which it is
attached.

a. butt hinge b. butterfly hinge c. gravity hinge d. double action hinge


46. Identify the types of bolt below.

a. barrel bolt b. dead bolt c. flush bolt d. closed bolt


47. Identify the type hinge below.

a. flash hinge b. rotating hinge c. pivot hinge d. aluminum hinge


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48. Identify the types of door below.

a. rotating door b. circular door c. revolving door d. spin door


49. Automatic Swing Door Operator is intelligent equipment made from data control
technology, enjoys excellent capability and strong function.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

automatic door closer


automated door controller
automatic door closer
computer control door

50. Usually a round or square plate which surrounds a keyhole in your door
providing a neat finish. For locking doors with door handles on a rose or door
knobs.

a. strikes b. door plates c. escutcheon d. scutcheon

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51. Identify this types of lockset.

a. cylindrical lockset b. mortise lockset d.square lockset solid lockset

52. A mechanical device that closes a door, in general after someone opens it, or after
it was automatically opened.

a. automated door closer b. door closer c. door spring type d. automatic door
closer
53. Identify this type of hardware used in door.

a. strikes b. escutcheon c. flat plate d. flush bolt


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54. Comes in a range of sizes from 13mm to 150mm and is normally used for cabinet

doors. They are very strong but cannot be adjusted once they are fitted.

a. butterfly hinge b. butt hinge c. flap hinge d. common hinge


55. This comes in two parts. The threaded part of the hinge is screwed into a pre-

drilled hole. They are easy to fit and the hinge can be dismantled.

a. butt hinge b. bolt hinge c. barrel hinge d. flush hinge


56. A lightweight hinge which has the advantage over a butt hinge that it fixed directly
on to the surface without the need to cut recess.

a. bolt hinge b. flush hinge c. flash hinge d. lightweight hinge

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57. A problem of painted masonry construction is identifiable by crusty white salt


deposits that bubble through the paint film from a masonry structure. Salts in the
brick or concrete become dissolved with water and then leach to the surface as the
water evaporates.
a. peeling b. chalking c. efflorescence d.blistering

58. Is identifiable as a fine powder that forms on the surface of a paint film. Although
some is a normal way paints self clean when exposed to the sun and rain, excessive
can be a paint failure. In dry arid climates where there is little rain, chalking can
become excessive. is actually the paint pigment released by the paint binders
which have been broken down by exposure to the weather. Is especially typical of
very light colored flat paints, especially lesser quality oil based paints containing
high levels of pigment extenders.
a. chalking b. efflorescence c. peeling d. blistering

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59. Paint is a very common paint problem but can be caused either by moisture or
poor adhesion. Due to poor adhesion is characterized by the paint and separating
from an earlier paint layer or from the substrate leaving some paint behind.
Sometimes portions of earlier paint layers are visible under the curling, paint layer.
a. blistering b. chalking c. peeling d. cracking

60. Paint is identified by small to medium sized bubbles blunder the paint film and is
most common on wood siding and trim.
a. peeling b. blistering c. chalking d. efflorescence

61. Is a fungus feeding and growing on the paint film or caulk and is identifiable by its
grey, brown, green or dark black "splotchy" spots.
a. peeling b. mildew c. dustdew d. fading

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62. Is a failure in the paint film where it takes on a cracking pattern of deep relief
resembling a reptile's skin, such as that of an alligator. "Checking" is a similar
failure but is less severe and is characterized by long, fairly evenly spaced cracks in
the paint film having shallow relief or depth. Occasionally checking may become
severe in some areas and a deeper crack or split in the paint will occur.
a. cracking defect b. alligatoring c. fading effect d. fish plate effect

63. This paint failure is easily identified as a dripping or drooping look to areas of the
paint film.
a. blistering b. peeling c. sagging or running d. melting

64. Is the most expensive binder used in latex paints because it is particularly flexible
and durable. This makes it especially suitable for painting exterior surfaces such as
wood, vinyl and metal. Most paints are a blend of vinyl and acrylic. Because
exteriors are subjected to more expansion and contraction due to changes in
temperature and humidity, flexibility is an important criterion.
a. flat paint b. acrylic latex paint c. enamel paint d. lacquer paint

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65. This a paint that air dries to a hard, usually glossy, finish. In reality, most
commercially-available paints are significantly softer than either vitreous or stoved
synthetic resins.
Some of this paint has been made by adding varnish to oil-based paint.
a. acrylic latex paint b. enamel paint c. flat paint d. lacquer paint
66. Is a clear or colored varnish that dries by solvent evaporation and often a curing
process as well that produces a hard, durable finish, in any sheen level from ultra
matte to high gloss and that can be further polished as required.
a. acrylic latex paint b. flat paint c. varnish d. lacquer
67. Its pure form it's a natural resin secreted from a bug that feeds on trees, mostly in
India and Thailand. The secretions, in the form of cocoons, are gathered and
eventually refined into dry flakes, which are then dissolved in denatured (ethyl)
alcohol to make the solution that winds up in cans at the store.
a. Shellac b. varnish c. polyurethane d. lacquer
68. Is a preparatory coating put on materials before painting. ensures better adhesion
of paint to the surface, increases paint durability, and provides additional
protection for the material being painted.
a. adhesion paint b. primer c. sealer d. lacquer
69. Is paint which dries to a minimally reflective finish. It may also be referred to as
matte paint. There are both advantages and disadvantages to using this paintis
much harder to clean than glossier paints, which is why people often recommend
that it is used on locations like ceilings, which do not usually attract stains.this
paint definitely needs to be avoided in high traffic areas like kitchens, where the
paint will sop up grease, dust, and dirt and look very unsightly.
a. Eggshell paint b. flat paint c. semiglossy paint d.glossy paint
70. Choose this paint for kitchens, bathrooms, hallways and children's bedrooms. It is
also useful for cabinets and woodwork. This paint dries to a harder, slicker finish
than eggshell or satin paint, making it very stain-and wear-resistant. It is also very
durable and washable. However, keep in mind that this paint highlights surface
imperfections, so make sure your wall is well-prepped before you use it.
a. Semigloss paint b. flat paint c. eggshell paint d. satin finish paint

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71. Choose this paint for cabinets, woodwork and furniture. This paint is the most
stain-resistant, durable and washable paint of all, but it also magnifies surface
imperfections and can be cold and uninviting.
a. Semigloss paint b. high-gloss paint c. flat paint d. satin finish paint
72. Which is not use of a coco lumber?
a. Door jamb b. scaffolding c. formworks d. furniture
73. What type of window where most air can pass?
a. awning b. jalousie c. casement d. sliding
74. Used for bonding ceramic tiles on walls and floors.
a. contact cement b. tile adhesive c. grout d. lead
75. Identify the boardfoot of 2x2x10(150)
a. 5000 b. 6000 c. 500 d. 600
76. Estimate the number of CHB reqts for the fence with the length of 20m and height
of 3m the size of CHB is 10x20x40.
a. 700 pcs. b. 750 pcs. c. 800 pcs. d. 850 pcs.
77. A concrete pavement has a gen. dimensions of 4thk x 3m wide and 5m long
consediring the slab to be resting on ground fill determine the number of cement
sand and gravel using class C mixture.
a. C=10 bags S=.65 cu.m G= 1cu.m b. C=9 S= 1 G= 2 c. C=9 S=.75 G= 1.50cu.m
78. What is S2S?
a. smooth on 4 sides b. smooth on 2 sides c. rough lumber d. green lumber

79. Vernacular terms of purlis?


a. kilo b. reostra c. tahilan d. sopo
80. Vernacular terms of rafter?
a. kilo b. reostra c. sopo d. rodapis
81. Vernacular term of bottom chord?
a. estunyo b. sopo c. tahilan d. rodapis
82. Vernacular term of top chord?
a. estunyo b. tahilan c. rodapis d. sopo
83. Vernacular term of Eaves?
a. sopo b. tahilan c. estunyo d. rodapis
84. Vernacular term of baseboard?
a. sopo b. soleras c. rodapis d. soleras
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85. Vernacular term of rough plastering?


a. asintada b. rebokada c. kusturada soleras
86. Common stainless steel finish?
a. hairline finish b. flash finish c. mirror finish d. refelective finish
87. Window that is easiest to clean?
a. awning b. sliding c. casement d. louvered
88. Why is the frame of sliding window limited to 1.6m?
a. glass will break b. frame will bend c. for aesthetic purposes d. not available frame
89. Common thickness of plywood used for formworks?
a. b. 3/8 c. 5/8 d.
90. Class A conc. Mix?
a. 1-2-4 b. 1-2-3 c. 1-2-1
91. Class C mixture?
a. 1-2-4 b. 1-3-6 c. 1-4-6

d. 1-1-4
d. 1-4-5

92. Class AA mixture?


a. 1-1-4 b. 1-1.5-3 c. 1-1.5-2 d.1-2-3
93. Kind of door used in fire exits?
a. double action door b. panel door with panic bar c. panel door d. revolving door
94. What kind of window wherein in the morning, exterior can be viewed and at
night, reflection of yourself can be seen?
a. clear glass b. float glass c. plate glass d. reflective glass
95. What window is used in high-rise buildings and best to ward off rain?
a. louver b. sliding window c. casement d. awning
96. Aside from screw and nuts, what material is also used in joining steel?

a. acetylene torch

b. contact cement

c. nail

d. cement paste

97. Window wherein you have to embed its edges on openings.


a. jalousie b. sliding window c. casement d. capis
98. Used in doors to prevent smoke from entering the room?

a. astragal b. batidura c. hulog d. metros

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99. Where is the best location of the soil stack in the building?
a. inside columns
b. in between openings
c. away from the exterior wall
d. in the exterior wall
100. Due to the weather in our country, what material is not used as an exterior
wall?
a. 6 chb b. retaining wall c. dry wall d. shear wall

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