Testing Re-Accreditation?

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    Gang Chen

    What version of ARE have you passed before? I think when ARE 4.0 is changed to ARE 5.0,  if you passed some divisions of ARE 4.0, they can be counted, and you only need to pass some ARE 5.0 divisions instead of all.

    Check with NCARB to see if the deadline has passed.

    Gang Chen, Author, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (GreenExamEducation.com)

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    Matthew Bowers

    My understanding is that the standard rolling clock period of five years can only be extended under extraordinary circumstances, like a serious illness. An example of this was NCARB extending the rolling clock for all candidates in 2020 during the thick of the pandemic and testing centers were shut down.

    If it has been nearly thirty years since you last took an exam, I can't imagine a circumstance that any of those credits would be transferred.

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