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    Dean Schimmenti

    Thank you Michael for putting this survey together. I highly doubt NCARB will use this information to resolve any issues though. I have contacted my licensed friends, the AIA and the Attorney General to push these issues to try to get some kind of resolution. There needs to be pressure from the rest of the architecture community to make them understand how poor of a job they are doing. Unfortunately, we all have to use them to gain licensure and maintain our license afterwards. That's why they won't fix these issues. They profit either way, more if we keep having to retake exams due to poor presentation.

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    Kathryn O'Regan

    Agreed, and thanks!  I've been explaining my frustrations to my AXP supervisor and other licensed friends/mentors and asking them if they can also follow up with and complain to NCARB.  Maybe outside pressure from those already licensed who are looking to employ us will carry more weight.

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    Mark Baker

    Hey everyone! They may have listened a tiny bit

    NCARB has delayed the launch of online proctoring. The new expected launch date is December 14, 2020.

    Or likely things were just not working as fast as they planned

    Mark

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    Joshua Fowler

    My guess is things are not working as fast as they planned.  I believe originally they said the demonstration exam with the digital white board would launch when they released the new handbook earlier this month.  As of now there are still no updates to the demonstration exam.  

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    Michael Riscica

    Everything NCARB has ever done involving technology or software has been a total mess. They are just fooling themselves thinking that they could pull this off without a hitch. 

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