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10 Great Reasons NOT TO Get Your Architecture License

    In January 2014, I started writing this blog for young architects and have spent a lot of time rambling on and on about the Architecture Registration Exam. For me personally, I had to complete the journey of becoming an architect no matter what I did. It was hugely important to me to finish what I … Continue Reading

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ARE Study Schedule – Step by Step Guide

  Learning how to study might be one of the most difficult parts of preparing for the ARE. In my conversations with individuals who read … Continue Reading

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October 2014 Instagrams

October was an awesome month. It always is. Chuck and I visited Bob, We went to the balloon fiesta, It was my birthday and then it was … Continue Reading

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Using Practice Exams to Study for the Architect Exam

Note: At the bottom of this blog post I give links to ARE practice exams for each ARE division.  Click here to jump down to bottom of post  I … Continue Reading

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Study For One Architect Exam at a Time

  There is a big learning curve involved when someone starts studying for the architect exam. The process of getting up to speed is time … Continue Reading

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The Architect’s Guide to Glue and Tape

Your architecture model is only as good as the glue that holds it together. A few months ago I wrote a blog post called Building Great … Continue Reading

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Live Your Life as a Hero

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_WjDSX5HaY#t=841 … Continue Reading

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Balloon Fiesta 2014

A few weeks ago when I was in New York City, I told my bestfriend Chuck that I was going to visit our dear friend Bob Potter in Albuquerque to … Continue Reading

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September 2014 Photos

      Check out my previous months photos: August … Continue Reading

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Poor Man’s Graduate School (aka The Architect Exam)

I loved Architecture School. Architecture school was probably one of the happiest times in my life. I was the biggest nerd. I would get really … Continue Reading

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Instagram for Architects

As an Architect, I have always been an extremely visual person. Naturally, I have always thought in pictures, diagrams and shapes. I have also … Continue Reading

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Why I Studied Everyday

A few weeks ago I wrote a blogpost for the NCARB Blog called “Why I Studied Everyday”. In the end, Studying every single day became the driving … Continue Reading

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August 2014 Photos

  Check out my previous months photos: July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014  December … Continue Reading

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Review of Architect Exam Prep CDS Enchilada

Architect Exam Prep is relatively new to the Architect Registration Exam study guide scene. They started putting study material out in 2013 and … Continue Reading

NCARB ARE 5.0 Transition Explained

ARE 5.0 Transition Explained

  “The only thing that is constant, is change.” - Heraclitus The Architect Registration Exam is going through a huge change. In 2013 the NCARB … Continue Reading

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July 2014 Photos

Check out my previous months photos: June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014  December 2013 November 2013 October … Continue Reading

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What is the Architect Registration Exam?

The Architect Registration Examination (ARE) is developed and maintained by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). … Continue Reading

Ballast Architect Registration Exam Review Manual

Review of The Ballast ARE Review Manual

   All 7 Divisions of the ARE under One Long Span Roof The Ballast book was one of the most important books for me when I took the Architect … Continue Reading

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Fancy Hands For Architects

An Imaginary Friend For the past few months I have had a little imaginary friend that does all the annoying things that I don’t want to do. Ya … Continue Reading