Here is my favorite page on NCARB's website https://www.ncarb.org/nbtn2019/examination
to sum it up, since 5.0 was introduced:
- Time to complete ARE increased by an average of 2.2 years
- Pass rete went from close to 70% high for 4.0 to flatline of 54% with only CE and PrM breaking the 55% mark.
- People who took the ARE before completing AXP have a higher pass rate than people who did 3 years of it. Meaning the program that NCARB set up to help you become a better architect doesn't make you a batter architect by their own testing standards.
How do you define success?
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