You're going to be an Architect.
It’s not a question of if, but when. You've done your time and worked your butt off, and not calling yourself an architect sucks. You’ve already decided to get licensed and finish what you’ve started, but there’s still one last hurdle – passing NCARB's ARE 5.0. That's why you're here, searching for that one solution.
So... now that you’ve found it, let’s do this.
There is a Better Way
The ARE 5.0 is tough – trying to find the right study material shouldn’t be. Are you scouring the interwebs, buying, borrowing and collecting piles of material, and still losing sleep wondering if you’re studying the right stuff? The fact is you don’t have the time to figure out what to study or plow through 1000s of pages and hours of video to figure it out. That’s where we come in. We’ve done the heavy lifting for you, had our noses in every NCARB resource, worked with a top-notch team of experts, and busted our butts to get you the goods.
You're Likely to Fail
We’re not going to bullshit you, the ARE 5.0 pass rates are crap, and it’s the rare candidate who breezes through all six divisions. The goal is to get licensed, your path is your own. You’ll get there, and we’ll be with you all the way, like an emotional support dog. If you’re feeling anxious, don’t up your Zoloft – talk to one of our licensed ARE therapists. We know our stuff and our support (ARE coaching, tutoring, whatever you call it) is not an additional service.
Real Life Compatible
You’re busy. We’re busy. Everybody’s busy. That’s why we designed CLARE to go wherever you go, with easily digestible content served in delicious bite-sized pieces. Effective ARE 5.0 studying meticulously engineered to fit a hectic schedule, a short attention span, and chronic procrastination. Yes, you can still binge Netflix.
We all know what “design professionals” make, so we made all this goodness affordable. The truth is you won’t have to move into your parent’s basement or kick your Frappuccino addiction to study with CLARE. You’re making an investment in your future, not your test prep.