1. Describe generally the province of the specification.

2 Describe generally the characteristics of the specification

3. Describe generally the limits of the specification.

4. State the nature of the relationship the specification should endeavor to establish between the owner, builder, and architect, and how such relationships are to be encouraged and maintained.

5. How do specifications affect and influence the cost of completed work?

6. Describe the position in the transaction of (a) The Owner, (b) The Contractor, (c) The Specification Writer.

7. Make an outline of a contemplated work other than that stated in the text (preferably of some simple structure familiar to the student, as the home he lives in, or a neighboring store or building to which he has access) hereafter called the "Student's Scheme."

8. State some of the points to be studied in connection therewith before the specification is begun.

9. Why should a specification writer make a special study of materials?

10. Describe the province of sand in mortar and how you would select a sand for use.

11. Describe some experiment, other than those given in the text, which would throw light on the value of a material used in the "Student's Scheme."

12. Give a list of trade catalogues you have collected.

13. Give a list of subjects which in the "Student's Scheme" should be included in the "General Conditions."

14. Give a list of masonry materials required in the "Student's Scheme."

15. Write a 400 word specification as required in Note 1, page 33.

16. Give a list of carpenters' materials required in the "Student's Scheme."

17. Write a 400 word specification as required in Note 2, page 38.

18 Write a 400 word specification as required in Note 3, page 39.

19. Give a list of fixtures required in the plumbing work of the "Student's Scheme."

20. Write a 400 word specification as required in Note 4, page 43.

21. Describe a system of heating a building ("Student's Scheme") other than that herein required.

22. Write a 400 word specification as required in Note 5, page 44.

23. State the points which the "Formal Contract" should cover.