Updates about the Archispeak Podcast beyond the episodes.

You Need to Pass the Architect's Registration Exam

The AIA National Convention is going on this week in Chicago, and Archispeak is there in spirit. Our profession really needs smart people to become architects. A lot of our listeners, while very good looking, are students or unlicensed professionals. Hell, two of our hosts are unlicensed. But not for long! That will change very soon. We need to dig in, get out hands dirty, and create the change we want. The first step is make sure we are on the same playing field as everyone else.

We've been talking about a lot lately on the podcast about the NCARB exams, what's involved in them, and what's changing. We've also talked a little bit about what tools are available to help us pass them. Friend of the show, David Doucette, has a great little company that makes study tools for the exams, and you can now help the podcast out by using our affiliate link when you purchase his materials. 

We have listeners who have used his materials and they rave about them. On top of the affordable study guides for the exams administered by NCARB, David's company Architect Exam Prep also has a study guide, which is more of a bible really, for the California Supplemental Exam. You'll see an image on the right side of most of our pages linking to these materials. If you are licensed, thanks for reading this far. Please pass this info along to your unlicensed friends. This is an amazing resource, and we hope you'll check it out.

You can find out more here.

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