Coaching Instructions2019-01-10T07:07:52+00:00

Thanks for purchasing One on One Coaching!

You’ve taken an important step in passing your AREs.  Eric has worked with over a thousand candidates to help them get over their mental hurdles to pass their exams.

Below you will find our handy appointment scheduler to schedule your 30 minute appointment, as well as instructions and tips on preparing for your first coaching call with Eric.  

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Schedule an appointment below at a time that works for you.
  2. If you’ve purchased a package of multiple calls, you can schedule them together or separately (just return to this page).
  3. Call Eric at the scheduled date & time.  (You’ll receive his contact info after scheduling your appointment.)
  4. If you are going to be more than a few minutes late, reschedule the call using the links in your calendar appointment (or email Eric directly).
  5. Prepare for the call and take notes!
NOTE:  If you reach the voicemail, feel free to call back or text Eric at that number.

PREPARE for the call:

  1. Have your questions ready to make the best use of your time.
  2. Think about any fears or concerns you have about any ARE division, or any concepts that are unclear to you.
  3. If you want to discuss a specific sample question or division, be sure to mention that when you schedule the appointment so Eric can prepare.  You can also email him questions ahead of time.
  4. You are welcome to record the call, but also be prepared to take notes.  (Find free call recording apps for iPhone and Android.)
  5. Eric is happy to chat by phone, Skype, FaceTime, or Zoom.  Just mention that when you schedule your call.


About Architect Exam Prep LLC

We are two licensed architects who have a love for teaching and helping people get their license.  For the last decade, Architect Exam Prep has helped thousands of candidates pass their AREs through their fun and innovative study guides and coaching programs.

About the A.R.E.

The Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®) is an exam of 6 divisions used to assess your knowledge and skills regarding the practice of Architecture. Developed by NCARB, the exam is accepted by every state in the U.S. as a pathway to becoming a Licensed Architect.