Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings (MEEB), Fundamentals of Building Construction, and The Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice are three books that are most widely cited as study material, but those three books are 4,000 pages long, and only one of them is a good read (the other two are better as reference books).
For most people, I believe that the Amber Book online video course alone provides the highest likelihood of passing in the least amount of time studying.
I know this because people keep writing us, unsolicited, and telling us so. If you’ve finished the Amber Book course and still want to study more, study the images—the diagrams, photographs, graphs, and drawings—in MEEB. Those images don’t require memorization: you needn’t study them for recall, rather just review them for recognition.Posted by