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    Michael Riscica

    Well guess what... NCARB just emailed everyone and its going to be more like 6 weeks. 

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    Michael Hill

    I know. This is crazy.

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    Maykel Dominguez

    So, I took PCM this past Saturday.  Awaiting results, no emails from NCARB regarding delays.  Is this pretty much across the board?  If so, this is to say the least, problematic.  

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    Jenna Perstlinger

    Longest six weeks ever. 

    And I, for one, am skeptical that we will actually get scored in February.  More likely it'll be "oops, sorry, we still don't have 400 candidates on the hook so you're just going to need to wait until late June..."

     

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    Michael Riscica (Edited )

    Its not NCARB's fault. It's YOUR fault.

    You shouldn't have believed the NCARB Experts when they told you "...the cut score process will take about four weeks".  What has NCARB ever done to give you confidence in anything they say?

    Stop complaining to NCARB about NCARB. Complain to your Employers, The AIA and your State Boards about their lack of professionalism and their repeated failures with facilitating licensure. 

    If NCARB ever treated the AIA College of Fellows the way they treat future Licensed Architects and their Stakeholders, things would have changed really fast. 

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    Jin Yang

    It’s a waste of time to address your grievances to NCARB, it’ll get you nowhere. You need to use every social media & legal tool at your disposal to acknowledge their mistakes and resolve your issues. That’s exactly what I had to do to get their immediate attention to fix what they screwed up. I personally hope there will be class action lawsuits against them to pave the way for aspiring professionals who’re still pursuing license and future in this field.

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