AIA Chapters Provide ARE 5.0 Cost Relief
For many candidates pursuing licensure, this year has been a bumpy road. AIA chapters across the country are looking to provide relief by offering funds and scholarships to mitigate the cost of the ARE, and to keep the path to licensure open for many future architects.
8 TIPS TO KEEP CALM AND PASS THE ARE | ARE
Have you ever wondered why you feel like you are fully prepared for a test all the way up until the moment you walk in to take it? Either your mind goes blank or you can’t focus on what you know you’ve learned? This is common, and better yet, you can fix it.
ARE® Live: Which ARE Exam Version Should You Take?
In this live event, we discuss the three strategies that you need to consider before you take your ARE. So which ARE exam version should take? See what each of them had to say and use their advice to help you figure out which ARE exam version is right for you.
ARE Live and In-Person on October 20th
An in-person episode of ARE Live featuring 3 young architects each taking a different approach to the ARE. The event will took place at 1871 - Chicago's center for technology and entrepreneurship.
ARE Live: How Should Firms Handle Licensure?
Black Spectacles founder Marc Teer and AIA ARE Prep instructor, Mike Newman, were joined by newly licensed architects: Allison Conley from Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, Amanda Snelson from ZGF Architects, Kyle Richardson from Folonis Architects, and Ben Edwards from FFKR Architects. They each discussed how they passed the ARE and ultimately got licensed.