AXP Workbook/Excel Document

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    Megan McDonald

    Thank you for your post on the spreadsheet.   NCARB does not plan on building a spreadsheet for AXP given the lower number of total divisions.

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    Michelle HARRIS

    Gentry I found this post looking for such a tool. I've been reviewing the new category descriptions every time I submit. Even so my supervisor ends up dictating what he thinks my time has been spent on. It's a little frustrating since there's no hard line and my translation for example of Programming & Analysis and Project Planning & Design is different than his. I mean, I'm going to get through enough work to complete everything but it would be nice to have a tool like a guidebook as a resource and neutral reference to filter the work done. I guess I'll have to figure it out :)

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    Gentry Griffin

    Michelle,

    I actually created one since NCARB said they were not going to provide one. Would be happy to share it if you are interested?

     

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    Joy Newberry

    I created one for myself to show how the IDP were going to feed into AXP a while ago.  It helped in understanding the differences.

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    Sean Falconer (Edited )

    I too was looking for a AXP workbook similar to the IDP workbook I used to use and came across one someone created here; http://www.architectsreview.com/products/axp-workbook.  It functions just like the old IDP workbook and its what I use now to track my hours.

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    Gentry Griffin

    I also created my own since NCARB isn't going to make one. Here is the link for anyone that is interested:

    https://gumroad.com/l/fPhb

     

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    Omar Chavez

    Hello Gentry,

    I would be very interested in your AXP workbook that you created in excel if you are willing to share.

     

    Best Regards

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