NCARB Record Review and Transmittal

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    Jose Guerra

    I am on a similar boat here 44 days since my final pass. They do say it might take up to 40 work days. I assume they are mega busy with the new exam rollout prep. But yeah wish this limbo time was much shorter. 

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    David Penka

    I too am waiting and wish there was a way to expedite the transmittal. My state board only meets once every two months to review and approve applications - beginning to get worried that if NCARB doesn't transmit soon that I will miss my window of time to get into the review and will have to wait an additional 2 months longer than anticipated. 

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    Peter Mall

    Same here. NCARB sent me an email THREE weeks after passing the last ARE stating "the process may take up to 45 business days". So, NINE more weeks to review hours and exams that have already been completed? But they rush to push out a new test and online proctoring in December. Based on the comments above, my record will likely get delayed until after January 1st.

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    Luisa Vargas

    11/3/20 Update. My record has been finally sent to NY State, I received the email confirmation yesterday. 

    I hope everyone else gets a response soon. 

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    Haley Walton

    Hi Luisa! Glad to hear your record is finally on it's way. I just finished my last test and now I am starting the process of getting my transmittal sent to my state. Is there an official document I have to fill out? Or do I just contact NCARB's Customer Service? Not really sure what my next steps are, I would love any advice you have!

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    Luisa Vargas

    Hi Haley, 

    Congrats on passing your last exam! such a great feeling. There's no need to fill out any documents or forms for NCARB to start the process. They should send you an email soon (if you haven't received it already) stating that you have passed all your exams and finished the AXP (I'm assuming you have) so they will start the process of reviewing your record. The email I received said it could take up to 45 days. So there is no need to contact NCARB to initiate the process.

    I started calling their customer service for status checks after about 35 days of not hearing from them. 

    Good luck! 

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