ARE PcM: Exam Prep, Quiz & Resources
If you’re preparing for the Architecture Registration Exam 5.0 Practice Management (ARE PcM) this is your one stop shop. While studying for the exams, a huge hassle was finding all the right resources. This is a place you can come to find a list of resources for the exam. If you have any additional resources, leave a comment below and I’ll add it to the list.
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ARE PcM Books & Literature
To help guide you I’ve located [$] below for any links that lead to paid resources.
[$] means less than $50
[$$] means between $50 and $95
[$$$] means over $95
General Exam Resources
Architect Exam Prep [$$$] –
Pluralsight [$$$] –
Young Architect PcM 101 [$$$] –
Black Spectacles [$$$] –
NCARB Recommended References for the ARE PcM
The American Institute of Architects Official Guide to the 2007 AIA Contract Documents [$$$] – “Using this book I actually found the entire topic [of contracts] engaging and I now have another level of depth concerning the profession of architecture. I read this book cover to cover and I am now enlightened in way I was previously not. Much to my surprise the content is interesting, well organized and clear. I will use this book as a professional resource for the rest of my career.” [Also Recommend for: PjM, CE]
Video Playlist on ARE PcM
Online Resources & Downloads for the ARE Practice Management Exam
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct [Free] – As Architects we have to understand our obligations to the public, client, and profession. The AIA code of ethics helps us navigate through some of the nuances of that balancing act.
Rules of Conduct [Free] – General rules for how an architect should practice architecture. Basically, the dos and don’ts of the architect’s role.
Ask questions on NCARB’s ARE 5.0 page.
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