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    Lonna Babu

    I agree with everything that was said above!! I joined Bootcamp in March of 2018 before I passed my first exam and just passed my last one this week. The community, accountability, and support not just through the 10 weeks of bootcamp but until you finish your exams and beyond is INCREDIBLE. 

    It's honestly the best investment I've taken in my future and can't recommend it enough!! 

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    Saritza Martinez Rodriguez

    Hi Daniela! I started with ARE 101 and ended joining the bootcamp afterwards. I recommend you enroll straight into the bootcamp. It has been the best investment I have made in this ARE journey :)

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    Daniela Paola Rey Fajardo (Edited )

    Marisa, The ARE BOOT CAMP is the best thing that has ever happened to me. I have been enrolled with NCARB and studying for the ARE for years now. Always procrastinating to take the Next exam and afraid seeing another FAIL. 
    Until I joined the Boot Camp I honestly tell you I hadn't seen Light at the end of the Tunnel.

    The boot camp money is worth what it is because it entails an entire Program on How to pass these exams in the appropriate order with a HUGE friendly optimistic community who truly hold you accountable until you get it done. ( even after you are done with the program)

    You start off with a smaller group according to your best hours ( there are options) and you will meet Weekly for a period of 10 weeks with the Coach ( Mike Riscica) who will guide you through an intensive program , including syllabus, videos, audios, visual... not just a bunch of boring readings.

    He preps you for the Macro first, which is sincerely what I needed most. I needed to break away from the idea that these exams where individuals; I learned to know how to ZOOM in but then zoom back out. Not only do we meet weekly but there are people running Meet ups almost daily where they present questions and put a person on the spot (replicating the feels during an exam, where u have to discern what is right from what is wrong  in a restricted amout of time)  This is where the BOOT CAMP is TOTALLY WORTHIT!!! You are listening and teaching while learning. It was my hope to continue pushing myself with amazing people who are experiencing similar life circumstances.

    My boot camp group are now people whom I consider my closest friends, we still speak with each other almost daily, keep pushing ourselves though the passes and the failures while going back to our Boot camp Files and Logging agenda to keep ourselves forever accountable. 

    This is a very long journey and It's only part of all the money you could be spending on external Sources that are not nearly as helpful as what the Boot camp was and still is for me. Hope you consider it :D 

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    OLUWASEUN OLATUNBOSUN

    The ARE Boot Camp vs Practice Management 101 full Course.

    My own point of view is if you want the best value for your money ARE Boot Camp is the best.. There is alot of good stuffs you get when you join the community and once you're in you are a part of the community as long as you want. The best part of the Bootcamp for me is the Meetup where we have a good discussion about practice questions and answers. If you can afford the Bootcamp the money does worth it.

    All the best in your Exams....

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    Marisa Ana Bustamante

    Thank you all. I appreciate your feedback. I joined!!!

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    Nick NCARB

    Hey Everyone,

    Just a quick reminder, all posts on this Community must follow the Community Guidelines - https://are5community.ncarb.org/hc/en-us/articles/115011646107-ARE-5-0-Community-Guidelines. We have no issue with real testers posting about their personal experiences with the ARE and the various third-party test prep providers that cover ARE content. However, the self-promotion or sales of materials on this Community is not allowed and any post of this nature will be removed. 

    Rebecca, all posts must be polite and courteous, even if you disagree. If you believe a post violates the Candidate Agreement or Community Guidelines, please contact NCARB directly by email with details and we will investigate your concern. 

    Thank you all for continuing to engage with the Community. I am going to close this thread at this time. 

     

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