September 7, 2017 from

11:30 am-  12:30 pm PM EST
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Leigh Stephenson
Perkins Eastman


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2017 IIDA Carolina's Chapter - NCIDQ Question and Answer 

Do you have questions about the new NCIDQ format, or want to hear from some recent test takers on how they studied. 

We will have a committee member from the PRAC 2.0, join us to help review some of the key changes.

Please Join us for our informal webinar that will go over the new exam and offer time to ask those questions, and learn some tips and tricks from recent successful exam takers!

Want to form a study group in your area? We can share the attendee list so you know who might be studying in your area!

Amanda Gale,  Ph.D., NCIDQ, WELL AP, LEED AP (BD+C)
Assistant Professor with the Interior Architecture Department at UNCG
I earned my certificate in 2006. I have been a NCIDQ practicum exam grader in the past, as well as a member of the PRAC 2.0 committee. Currently, I am a CIDQ ambassador.

Sydney Kerschen, IIDA
Designer with McMillian Pazdan Smith Architecture

In my professional career I have about 2 years of experience in the furniture world, and 2 years of experience at a commercial architecture firm. Both experiences were valuable when it came to taking the NCIDQ. I took the NCIDQ in two parts – IDFX first in the spring of 2016, and the IDPX and Practicum in the Fall of 2016. I knew I wanted to split it up rather than taking everything together to make it easier to focus my studies. I passed all sections on the first try, and I largely credit the IIDA QPrep course for my passing the Practicum portion of the exam.

Taylor Ghost
Designer with CMJW Architecture
With over 7 years of experience in residential and commercial design coupled with a degree in Interior Architecture from UNCG, passing the NCIDQ exam(s) has been a long time goal of mine that is finally being realized.  During Spring 2017 I sat for and passed the IDFX exam after spending six months preparing for it. Now I am working towards the IDPX.
Garrett Wilson, Associate IIDA, NCIDQ
Designer at Young Office

I recently took and passed the NCIDQ; I studied for a while completing a fair few PRACs, creating flash cards, and reading a lot of study material. I took all three sections in one go, and my biggest piece of advice is to pace yourself. The exam is a lot of time management and it is easy to be overwhelmed. 

Leigh Stephenson IIDA, EDAC, LEED AP ID+C - Host
Designer with Perkins Eastman
VP of Professional Devlopment for IIDA Carolinas

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