Here is a quick list of blog posts containing Architecture Registration Exam blog posts. Below are images and short descriptions for each post.
- 5 Lessons I Learned Studying For The ARE
- The ULTIMATE List Of ARE Study Material (Part I: Study Material Overview)
- The ULTIMATE List Of ARE Study Material (Part 2: Each Specific Multiple Choice Exam)
- The ULTIMATE list of ARE study material (Part 3: The Vignettes)
- ARE Test Day Advice
- Confidentiality and the Architect Registration Exam
- The Life of a Project – Diagram
- Failing the Architect Registration Exam
- Building Momentum studying for the ARE
- Just studying harder isn’t always better.
- What is the best testing order for the Architect Registration Exam?
- Using Flashcards for the Architect Registration Exam
- Where do you study for the Architect Exam?
- Review of the Ballast ARE Review Manual
- What is the Architect Registration Exam (ARE)?
- ARE 5.0 Transition Explained!
- Review of Architect Exam Prep CDS Enchilada
- Why I Studied Everyday
- Poor Man’s Graduate School (aka The Architect Exam)
- Study For One Architect Exam at a Time
- Using Practice Exams to study for the Architect Exams
- 10 Great Reasons NOT TO Get Your Architecture License
- Finish the ARE in 2015 – The Only Resolution You Should Have
- How to Read ARE Test Scores
- 5 Tricks to Accelerate Your ARE Studying
- Review of Gang Chens Mock ARE Exam
- Throwing Money at The ARE
- How to Pass the Architecture Registration Exam
- Why I wrote: How to Pass the Architecture Registration Exam
- Review of The ARE Advisor Vignette Series
- How’s it going… Finishing The Architect Exam?!??
- ARE Book Reviews And A Free Chapter
- The ARE Boot Camp – A Virtual Study Group
- 5 Common Reasons Why (Smart and Talented) People Don’t Finish the ARE
- 10 Great Reasons To Take The Architect Exam
- 10 Things to Consider While You Prepare for Your First Architect Exam
- Is Your Local AIA Helping You Prepare For Your ARE’s?!??
- Review of the Kaplan Architecture ARE 4.0 Study Material
- Don’t Take the SPD Exam Until You’ve Read This!
- Should I Wait For The ARE 5.0 Transition?
- Read This Before You Start Studying for BDCS! Seriously!?!!!
- The ARE Candidate’s Holiday Wish List
- Learn to Swap Out ARE Practice Vignettes to ARE 3.1
- 6 Tips to Pass The ARE In 2016
- How To Pass The ARE Is Now In Audio Book!
- Review of Designer Hacks ARE Practice Exams
- What You Need to Know about ARE 5.0 Webinar
- Don’t Study For CDS Until You Read This!
- Understanding the Reorganization of ARE 5.0
- How Shame Pushed Me To Get My Architecture License.
- Dear Future Young Architects… Please Quit Screwing Around!?!!!
- 5 Hard Truths about the Architecture Registration Exam
- The Architect Registration Exam Pep Talk
A little pep talk for the person who is stuck in the middle of taking the Architect Exam.
Five hard truths about the Architecture Registration Exam, that I can appreciate now that I am a Licensed Architect and the ARE process is now in my past.
Our Friend Steve Ramos explains how SHAME pushed him towards getting his architecture license.
Let’s discuss the fundamental differences between ARE 4.0 to ARE 5.0.
Here are some thoughts and things to consider about preparing for the CDS exam.
THE ARE 5.0 Reporter shares what he learned at NCARB’s “What You Need to Know About ARE 5.0” Webinar
How are Designer Hacks ARE Practice Exams? How does it compare to other Architecture Registration Exam Study material?
Young Architect’s Best Selling Book: How To Pass The Architecture Registration Exam is now available in Audiobook!
Here are 6 quick actionable tips with kicking off 2016 with studying for the Architecture Registration Exam.
Michael Riscica explains how to change the NCARB Practice Vignettes between 4.0 and 3.1
A few ideas on how ARE Candidate’s can strategically prepare during the holidays!
Save yourself from going on a wild goose chase while studying for the BDCS exam.
Is it worth waiting until after NCARB completes the ARE 5.0 transition to start taking the Architecture Registration Exam??
Wait… Don’t take the SPD exam until you do these things first.
Review of the Kaplan ARE 4.0 Study Materials for the Architecture Registration Exam.
How has your local chapter of The American Institutes of Architects (AIA) been helping you prepare
Studying to take your FIRST Architect Exam is more work than you originally thought it was.
A List of 10 Fantastic Reasons To Take The Architecture Registration Exam.
The Architecture Registration Exam is a very difficult exam. Here is a List of 5 Reasons Why (Smart and Talented) People Don’t Finish the ARE.
The ARE Boot Camp is a 10 week program helping ARE Candidates prepare for their first Architecture Registration Exam.
Reviews and feedback about Young Architect’s book: How To Pass The Architecture Registration Exam. Get A Free Chapter!
How are you doing with completing the Architect Exam?? A mid-year checkup and here is the latest ARE news.
Who is the ARE Advisor? What is the NCARB Vignette Series? Who is the product for? How does it compare to Professor Dorf’s book? and some Pros & Cons.
I never wanted to write an ARE book, yet I ended up writing the ARE that hasnt been written.
Young Architect’s resource guide to successfully navigating your way through the ARE process.
During the exams, I realized that Time started to became much more valuable then my money.
A review of Gang Chen’s ARE Mock Exam books for the Architecture Registration Exam.
5 hacks that will drastically help you pick up the pace with your studying for the Architectural Exam. Accelerate your ARE Studying today!
Did you fail the Architect Registration Exam?? Let me help understand how to read your ARE test scores.
Make your 2015 New Years resolution to finish the ARE and get this miserable test out of your life. The clock has just started ticking for the ARE 5.0 Transition
I don’t believe that everyone who graduates from architecture school should feel like they need to obtain their architecture license.
How to appropriately use practice exams as a tool to study for the Architect Registration Exam.
Only worry about one architect exam at a time. Avoid information overload. Not all resources are good for all the exams. Just use your Ballast book.
After architecture school I couldn’t afford graduate school, so instead I took the Architect Exam as my Poor Man’s Grad School.
Why it was important to study at least a little bit every day for the ARE.
A thorough review of the Architect Exam Prep’s CDS study material. I also provide some advice on how to get the most out of the information that is provided in the guide.
An overview of the upcoming changes that are coming to the ARE and what prospective test-takers need to do in preparation of these changes.
A brief background of the exam, a brief overview of each section of the exam and also provides information about eligibility and confidentiality.
A full and unbiased review of the David Kent Ballast, ARE Review Manual. It comes complete with a list of pros and cons of the study aid.
Why studying at home isn’t always the best option. Here are some guidelines for finding a good place outside the home to study.
I explain how I putting all my information on flashcards rather than notebooks was a good move as I studied for the ARE. I provide pictures and explanations on how to create flashcards for the ARE.
There is no set-in-stone order for taking the ARE. Here are some good ideas on some effective testing orders.
Some excellent study tricks for getting through the ARE. Future test-takers who need to move beyond pouring through the texts will find lots of helpful hints that will help them better absorb information.
In this post I share how I built up his mental momentum in order to power through taking the ARE. I provide some sage advice for those who need to find inspiration and energy to get through the entire battery of the exams.
This post provides different scenarios for possibly failing one or multiple parts of the ARE. It also provides some soothing words to ease the minds of test-takers and simple advice for passing the tests the second time around.
This post simply provides a diagram of the life of an architecture project. It shows the relationship between owner, architect, contractor, time and money. It became a very useful tool when I was studying for the CDS Exam
Confidentially is important when taking the ARE. This post discusses the 2009 incident involving ARE Candidates cheating on the exams. It covers specific activities that are allowable and those that are considered cheating, which were originally written by NCARB.
This post focuses on some good advice for the test day. It covers tips for the few days before the exam to celebrating the completion of it.
This blog provides a vast overview of the vignette portion of the ARE. It does not provide step-by-step instructions but rather gives those taking the ARE a big-picture view of the vignettes. It includes a six-step process on learning the vignettes.
This post is the second in the series that breaks down study material. This post provides an overview of the content of each exam, explains what the vignettes are like and what my experience was like.
This blog is the first in a series of three that provide information on study materials for the ARE. This part specifically provides a comprehensive overview of locating the study materials that can be used on all 7 exams for the ARE.
Offers some great insight as to what prospective architects will be expected to make as they prepare for exam. There are obstacles that will be encountered and a great time commitment will be required. This post helps assure future architects that the end result is worth it.
Thank You to those who helped me get through the grueling process of taking the ARE and earning my architecture license.