The next LARE is coming up– August 18th-30th. These webinars will help you get organized, study for, and conquer these tough exams.
Few people teaching LARE review courses have taken the new format exam, but Cheryl Corson has taken Sections 3 and 4, passing Section 3 (the first time), and Section 4 the second time. She treats her students with respect, and understanding of the challenge of adding test preparation to the responsbilities of adult life. Due to their length, and breadth of topics, each Section’s materials are presented in three pre-recorded webinars, each followed by a live Q&A session.
Passing LARE Section 4
Section 4 tests diverse concepts such as stormwater management, construction methods, grading and drainage, specifications, construction administration, and much more. That’s a lot to study! By focusing on key concepts with the use of strategic study resources and organizing your time, you’ll be efficient and well-equipped for this challenging test.
Passing LARE Section 3
Section 3 tests basic concepts that influence design decisions, and asks how to move a conceptual design forward. With material seeming like common sense or even subjective, Section 3 can seem difficult to study for. But teasing out core concepts and refreshing yourself on design strategies for project types you may not do every day is not only possible, it can be fun.
Registration Fee includes:
- A link to watch the pre-recorded webinars in preparation for the live Q&A session;
- A live online hour-long interactive Q&A session to follow each pre-recorded webinar;
- Recordings of both the pre-recorded webinars and Q&A sessions you may watch any time, as often as you like;
- A discount code for 25% off CLARB’s sample questions.
- $245 for all five webinars plus five corresponding live Q&A sessions (Section 3 and Section 4 series)
- $145 for all three webinars plus three corresponding live Q&A sessions (Section 3 series or Section 4 series)
- $110 for any two webinars (plus live Q&A sessions)
- $55 for any individual webinar (plus live Q&A session)
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Cheryl Corson, RLA, ASLA, is a landscape architect in private practice since 2003. She has taught landscape design, graphic methods, and historic landscapes at The George Washington University and the University of Maryland. She holds an MLA from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She serves on the ASLA LARE Prep sub-committee.
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Here’s a preview of some of the information that will be covered: Land8 Lounge article.