- What is a practice analysis?
NCARB’s practice analysis is a regular survey that provides insight into the current practice of architecture. The findings identify the areas of practice that are essential for licensure, which NCARB uses to guide the development of the Architectural Experience Program® (AXP®) and the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®), among other requirements.
- How often does NCARB conduct a practice analysis?
NCARB conducts the practice analysis every five to seven years. The most recent survey was distributed in 2012.
- What is NCARB by the Numbers?
NCARB by the Numbers offers an inside look at the data behind the architecture profession—including the timeline to licensure, demographics of architects and licensure candidates, and more.