The Young Architects Forum produces an ongoing series of monthly review sessions for the Architects Registration Exam (ARE). YAF holds one-two sessions per month, each focusing on one of the seven divisions of the exam. The format is a lecture-style presentation on content related to the exam, hosted by a prominent member of the architectural community, followed by a question-and-answer session. While these sessions are geared toward exam candidates, participants are not required to currently be testing to participate in these sessions, the information presented is invaluable to anyone looking to expand their knowledge of the profession. View photos of the ARE Review Sessions via the YAF Flickr Group.
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2015 – 2016 Calendar
09.21.15 – FREE Introduction to the ARE
10.12.15 – Construction Documents & Services
11.09.15 – Programming Planning & Practice
12.07.15 – Site Planning & Design
01.11.16 – Structural Systems
02.08.16 – Building Systems Part I
02.22.16 – Building Systems Part II
03.14.16 – Building Design & Construction Systems
04.11.16 – Schematic Design
All sessions will take place at the offices of ae7 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Stay posted to the AIA Pittsburgh events calendar or YAF Facebook group for updates. ae7 is located in the Strip District 2840 Liberty Ave, Suite 403, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Free parking is available.
Additional Purchasing Options Available
$140 – 8 Session Full Package + Free Introduction to the ARE
$70 – 4 Pack + Free Introduction to the ARE
$20 – À la carte.
Disclaimer: The ARE Review Sessions are produced by AIA-Pittsburgh’s Young Architects Forum, a committee of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. These sessions are not affiliated with NCARB, nor have they been endorsed or sanctioned by NCARB. While we hope that users of this site will find the information to be helpful, we make no guarantees of a passing score based on our advice and recommendations. Exam candidates are strongly encouraged to review any and all available materials as part of their study process.