Live Webinar: Using Digital Tools To Study For The ARE

Learn how to set up and use multiple digital tools in order to study more efficiently for the ARE 5.0 Exam, and track the hours and materials you used for each exam, with a live demonstration and Q&A.

Studying for the ARE exams is a critical, but often daunting task on many architecture professionals’ journey towards registration. NCARB lists over 30 different sources in their reference matrix for this exam, and keeping track of all the resources and time spent studying can be a heavy task, to say nothing of 14 contract documents, test prep services, practice exams, and multi-media tools. It can also be a challenge to track study progress, organize materials, and create study goals.

Join me on Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 1 PM EST for the Using Digital Tools for ARE 5.0 Study Tracking Live Webinar. In this free hour-long webinar, it’s time to get organized and learn how you can use digital tools such as Clockify and Quizlet to study for your ARE exams, and study more effectively.

Join us for this live tutorial where I’ll go through:

  • Creating study material lists for each exam
  • Tracking the hours spent studying
  • Best practices for managing your time
  • Getting the most use out of website
  • Automatic graphics showing your progress
  • And more!

To register for this live webinar, you need to sign up here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. The meeting will be hosted via Zoom, accessible through your internet browser or the Zoom app.

If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments, and I look forward to seeing you on the 20th of June!

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