6 Tips to Pass The ARE In 2016

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 has a syllabus, a schedule with deadlines, people to study with and hold you accountable. The program is organized similar to a "design studio", to help you study for the Architect Exam.

We recently started accepting applications for sessions beginning in September and October 2017  for both ARE 4.0 and 5.0.  It's time to get started with making progress on the Architect Registration Exam. 

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2016 Is the Year of The Architecture Registration Exam!

Here we are Guys. ARE 5.0 is planned to be released at the end of the year. NCARB has released a ton of information about ARE 5.0, but there is still a great deal of information that has not yet been announced.

As we kick off 2016, the upcoming ARE 5.0 transition is forcing all ARE Candidates into 2 categories this year.   Those are:

  1. ARE Candidates who are just beginning (or haven’t completed more than 3 exams) who need to complete CDS, PPP and SPD before June 2018.
  2. ARE Candidates who have completed 3 or more exams, who need to complete their remaining ARE 4.0 exams before June 2018.

No one will be allowed to take their first exam in ARE 4.0 starting November 1st, 2016.

Six Tips for 2016

A few weeks ago I received a nice email from our friends at the NCARB Blog. They asked if I would write them my 3rd article for the NCARB Blog about kicking off 2016 with the ARE!

Please visit the NCARB Blog to read the Young Architect post on:

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6 Tips to Pass the ARE in 2016

http://blog.ncarb.org/2016/January/Tips-to-Pass-ARE.aspx

 

Also take a few minutes to check out my other posts on the NCARB Blog:

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Michael Riscica

Michael Riscica is a Licensed Architect who lives in beautiful Portland, Oregon, with his Labrador Retriever. He is passionate about helping Young Architects change the world. In his free time, Michael likes to take very long bicycle rides across America. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Linked In.


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