PROPROFS TRIAL EXAM

  1. 1. HE DEVELOPED A LOW DENSITY URBAN SPRAWL CALLED “BROADACRE CITY”.



    D.
  2. 2. A TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT WHEREIN DEVELOPMENT IS ON DIRECT FRONTAGE ON PRIMARY DISTRIBUTORS.



    D.
  3. 3. HE DEVELOPED THE NEIGHBORHOOD PRINCIPLE BASED ON THE NATURAL CATCHMENT AREA OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES SUCH AS PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND LOCAL SHOPS.



    D.
  4. A CLEARANCE ISSUED TO A PROJECT THAT IS ALLOWED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE AS WELL AS OTHER STANDARDS, RULES & REGUALTIONS ON LAND USE.



    D.
  5. 5. HE POSTULATED THAT LAND USE DIMINISHES INTENSIVELY IN REVERSE RELATIONSHIP TO INCREASED DISTANCE.



    D.
  6. 6. RADBURN PRESENTED A DRAMATIC ADVANCE IN COMMUNITY PLANNING. IT INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT THIS ONE.



    C.
  7. 7. IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF STREET PATTERN. (IMAGE SHOWS CIRCULAR GRIDS)



    D.
  8. 8. REGULATES THE PRACTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING WHICH HAS BEEN ENACTED UPON BY CONGRESS IN 1995 WHICH REQUIRES PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE EXAMINATION TO BE TAKEN TO ENABLE THE PRACTICE OF PLANNING.



    C.
  9. 9. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS NOT TRUE?



    B.
  10. 10. HIS WORK AS A BIOLOGIST AND STUDY OF HUMAN ECOLOGY LED TO A SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF FORCES THAT WERE SHAPING GROWTH AND CHANGE IN MODERN CITIES.



    D.
  11. 11. IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR LARGE, RELATIVELY UNCOMPLICATED GRADING PLANS AND MAY ALSO BE USED TO COMPUTE VOLUMES OF WATER IN PONDS AND LAKES. MOSTLY USED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS BECAUSE IT IS MOST ACCURATE.



    D.
  12. 12. THESE ARE NOT THE DIVIDING LINES WITHIN THE CITY BUT RATHER COMMUNAL ROOMS AND PASSAGES.



    D.
  13. 13. THE ELEMENTS OF THE HUMAN SETTLEMENTS.



    A.
  14. 14. EQUATED WITH THE TERM TOWNSCAPE – THE URBAN EQUIVALENT OF LANDSCAPE, COMPRISING THE VISISBLE FORMS OF THE BUILT-­‐UP AREAS; DEFINED AS THE SPATIAL PATTERN OR “ARRANGEMENT” OF INDIVIDUAL ELEMENTS WITHIN A CITY SYSTEM.



    D.
  15. 15. BRANCH OF GEOLOGY DEALING WITH THE ORIGIN AND NATURE OF LANDFORMS WITH EMPHASIS ON EROSIONAL PROCESSES IS REFERRED TO AS:



    B.
  16. 16. HE WROTE THE BOOK IMAGE OF THE CITY



    D.
  17. 17. RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM DISTANCE OF RESIDENTIAL AREA TO HEALTH FACILITIES AS PER HLURB PLANNING STANDARDS.
    A. 0.5 TO 2 KM.
    B. 3 TO 4 KM. C. 4-­‐5 KM. D. 2-­‐3 KM.
    A
  18. 18. THROUGHOUT THE REST OF THE YEAR, THE PHILIPPINES EXPERIENCES THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST WIND; SOUTH-­‐WEST MOSOON WHICH IS CALLED:



    A.
  19. 19. IDENTIFY THE STREET PATTERN (IMAGE OF GRIDS ON PARALLEL GRIDS)



    C.
  20. 20. LIMITATIONS ON RECLASSIFICATION OF AGRICULTURAL LAND INTO NON-­‐AGRICULTURAL USES FOR HIGHLY URBANIZED AND INDEPENDENT COMPONENT CITIES.



    D.
  21. 21. IDENTIFY THE STREET (IMAGE OF T-­‐STREET ON END)



    B.
  22. 22. SPECIFIC PHYSICAL PLANNING STANDARDS FOLLOWED IN THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF INDUSTRIAL ESTATES IN THE PHILIPPINES ARE GENERALLY BASED ON:




    B.
  23. 23. THESE ARE CENTRALLY LOCATED PARKS WITH A SERVICE RADIUS OF FROM 0.8 TO 3.0 KILOMETERS DESIGNED FOR BOTH ACTIVE AND PASSIVE RECREATION.



    C.
  24. 24. THIS REFERS TO ALL BARANGAYS OR PORTION/S OF WHICH COMPRISE THE POBLACION AND OTHER BUILT-­‐UP AREAS INCLUDING THE URBANIZABLE LAND IN AND ADJACENT TO SAID AREAS AND WHERE AT LEAST 50% OF THE POPULATION ARE ENGAGE IN NON-­‐AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES.



    C.
  25. 25. THE SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF THE FORM, SHAPE, STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE BUILT FABRIC OF TOWNS AND CITIES, AND OF THE ORIGIN AND THE WAY IN WHICH THIS FABRIC HAS EVOLVED OVER TIME.



    A.
  26. 26. AN APPROACH BASED ON THE ARGUMENT THAT URBAN BROWTH CENTERS, EVEN MARKET TOWNS AND INTERMEDIATE SIZED CITIES ARE PARASITIC, THAT THEY ALLOW TOWN BASE ELITE, LARGE CORPORATIONS AND CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES TO EXPLOIT THE RURAL POPULATION AND TO DRAIN RURAL AREAS OF THEIR RESOURCES.



    D.
  27. 27. A CERTIFICATE ISSUED TO OWNERS OF ALL USERS PRIOR TO THE APPROVAL OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE WHICH DO NOT CONFORM IN A ZONE AS PER PROVISION OF THE SAID ORDINANCE.



    C.
  28. 28. WHAT IS THE CONDITION OF THE LAND THAT IS DILAPIDATED AND THE LAND VALUE HAS DEPRECIATED.



    A.
  29. 29. DISADVANTAGE OF GRADING BY FILL INCLUDES:



    A.
  30. 30. REFERS TO THE RELATIONSHIP OF BUILDINGS AND URBAN SPACE TO THE SIZE OF A HUMAN BEING.



    A.
  31. 31. A 20th century problem emanating from rapid urbanization of areas surrounding a city which eats up the remaining adjacent rural open spaces.
    1. Urban Sprawl
    2. Advocacy Planning
    3. Sustainable Land Use Planning
    4. Greenbelt
    A
  32. 32. He conceptualized the 'City Beautiful Movement'.



    B.
  33. 33. A locale with a sizeable agglomeration of people having characteristics of an urban being.



    D.
  34. 34. This code mandates that all Local Government Units shall prepare their comprehensive land use plans and enact them through zoning ordinances.



    A.
  35. 35. First Planner and developed the Gridiron.



    B.
  36. 36. In urban geography, a concept where urban settlement is confined to the area within the legal limits of the city and the congestion and virtually all of this area is occupied by urban residents.



    A.
  37. 37. Usually the last stage of the final site development process prior to issuance of building permit.



    B.
  38. 38. Reason for planning.



    C.
  39. 39. The rough equivalent of the present tenement cities that existed in ancient Rome, which resulted from the population growth of the city and the congestion that existed in streets.



    D.
  40. 40. A type of planning which emphasizes that the proper role of the planner is not to serve the general public interest but rather to serve the interests of the least fortunate or least well represented groups in society.



    A.
  41. 41. A wide area of parks of undeveloped land surrounding a community.



    B.
  42. 42. The process in which a piece of land, referred to as the parent tract, is subdivided into two or more parcels.



    C.
  43. 43. Phrase used to characterize development that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the needs of the future generations.



    B.
  44. 44. Angles measured clockwise from any meridian, usually north; however, the National Geodetic Survey uses south.



    D.
  45. 45. The orderly arrangement of urban streets and public spaces.



    B.
  46. 46. A Land Development Decision is also what kind of decision.



    B.
  47. 47. He postulated that population increases in a geometric ratio while food production increases arithmetically and that unless natural catastrophes, war or sexual restraint control population increase, worldwide famine or war will follow.



    B.
  48. 48. He developed the first theoretical basis for physical planning.



    D.
  49. 49. Arturo Soria y Mata suggested this type of development running from Cadiz, Spain across Europe through St. Petersburg in which he proposed that the logic of linear utility line should be the basis of all city lay-­‐out.



    B.
  50. 50. This zone is for particular types of institutional establishments e.g. welfare homes, orphanages, home for the aged, rehabilitation and training centers, military camps/reservation/bases/training grounds, etc.



    D.
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