The Architect Registration Examination® (ARE) assesses candidates for their knowledge, skills, and ability to provide the various services required in the practice of architecture.
One of the primary requirements for becoming a licensed architect is passing the Architect Registration Exam (ARE). AIA National offers a variety of resources to assist you in passing the exam and getting that architect stamp you’ve been working for. ARE Study Sessions at AIA East Bay have been on hold during the transition from ARE 4.0 to 5.0, but we are currently evaluating upcoming opportunities.
The six ARE 5.0 exam topics are:
AIA members have free access to East Bay ARE 5.0 study guides at the AIA East Bay office. These materials can be used at AIA East Bay during normal business hours. If you’d prefer to study from home, materials can be checked out for two full weeks. Contact the AIA East Bay office to schedule a time to use these resources.
AIA East Bay is building a resource library of recommended text books to help you study for the ARE. The following books are available for use at the Center for Architecture & Design:
The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), which administers the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE) and the Architectural Experience Program (AXP), also offers free study guides and practice exams.
East Bay Architecture Education ebooks are available to AIA East Bay members at a 20% discount.