Congratulations! You've established eligibility to prepare for and take your Architects Registration Exams. It is no easy feat, but with the help of Pluralsight's ARE Preparation series you will be knowledgeable enough to pass all exams without breaking a sweat. The ARE Preparation series has six volumes, each tackling the concepts outlined by NCARB for the exam. Volume 1 addresses the fundamentals of Practice Management, directly from the test specification outline. They include business operations, development of practice, delivery of services, and practice methodologies. Each volume starts with an overview of how it relates to the overall ARE format, as well as presents effective strategies for that section of study. Also, the content is packed with tips and tricks for understanding complex or abstract notions of the architecture profession at its highest levels.
Kevin is a Project Manager at a small architecture firm, and doubles as an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Mt. San Antonio College. His specialties are software-centric, with a focus on workflows for production efficiency and creative enterprise.
Hello, I am Kevin Griendling and get ready to Prepare for the ARE 5.0 Practice Management Exam.
I am an Architect and Professor of Architecture in Southern California, with an acute sense of ARE test strategies.
Passing the ARE 5.0 is no easy task, but it is the last major hurdle to becoming a licensed architect. This course will present and discuss the content outlines in the NCARB exam specifications, including strategies to focus your studies, and retain knowledge. It covers:
1. Applied understanding of practice
2. Real-world examples
3. Direct correlation to test content
NCARB’s suggests studying content in a manner that prepares you for success in the profession, and that is just what this course does. Whether or not you are just starting, or are already done with your Architectural Experience Program, it is never too early to start Preparing for the ARE 5.0.
By the time exam day rolls around you will feel confident in being asked questions about:
1. Business operations
2. Practice finances
3. Performance standards
4. Personnel management
I look forward to helping to prepare you for the ARE practice management exam. Good luck in your studies, and see you inside.