Are you having trouble getting started or making progress on the Architect Exam?!?? Is the self-guided nature of the ARE not working for you?
Join our virtual study group. The ARE Boot Camp offers a syllabus, a schedule with deadlines, people to study with, and accountability. To help you study for the Architect Exam, the program is organized similarly to a design studio.
We recently started accepting applications for sessions that are beginning in January and February 2018 for both ARE 4.0 and 5.0. It's time to get started with making progress on the Architect Registration Exam.
I need your help.
I could like to compile a master list of all the AIA chapters that have actively been helping Candidates prepare for the ARE.
Could you answer the questionnaire below about your local AIA.
If nothing is offered that you are aware of, please answer the first few questions and click submit at the bottom.
For additional reading about the ARE also check out:
- How To Pass The Architecture Registration Exam
- The Life of an Architecture Project – Infographic
- Building Momentum with studying for the Architect Exam
- Where do you study for the Architect Exam?
- Why I Studied Everyday
- Review of The Ballast ARE Review Manual
- ARE Study Schedule – Step by Step Guide
- Study For One Architect Exam at a Time
- 5 Tricks to Accelerate Your ARE Studying
- Using Flashcards for the Architect Registration Exam.
- The ULTIMATE List Of ARE Study Material (Part I: Study Material Overview)
- Don’t Take the SPD Exam Until You’ve Read This!
- 5 Common Reasons Why (Smart and Talented) People Don’t Finish the ARE.
Read the full series This post is part of a series on NCARB’s Architect 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 Architect Registration Exam Series.