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There Are Lots of Great Reasons To Take the ARE
This week’s blog post is a guest blog post that I wrote for the NCARB Blog. Click here to check out 10 Great Reasons To Take The Architect Exam over at the the NCARB Blog. http://blog.ncarb.org/2015/September/10-Reasons-Take-ARE.aspx
Second Time Being Featured by NCARB
This is the second time I have been on the NCARB blog. The previous article I wrote was called Why I Studied For The ARE Every Day and can be found at this link. http://blog.ncarb.org/2014/August/Study-Every-Day.aspx
This post is part of a series on NCARB’s Architecture Registration Exam. Having recently completed this long process, the series examines my journey and the various things I learned along the way. Click here to see all the posts of my Architecture Registration Exam Series.
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- Confidentiality and the Architectural Registration Exam
- 5 Lessons I Learned Studying For the Architect Registration Exam
- 5 Common Reasons Why (Smart and Talented) People Don’t Finish the ARE.