NCARB launches licensure exam accommodations for ESL candidates

In an ongoing push to expand inclusivity and accessibility, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) announced on June 30, that it will be offering testing accommodations for Architect Registration Examination (ARE) non-native English speaking candidates.

Non-native English speaking candidates can now apply for English as a second language (ESL) testing accommodations via the Application for English as a Second Language Testing Accommodations available on the NCARB website. Accommodations will allow test takers an extension equivalent to 20 percent of the allocated testing duration and the use of a personal word-to-word translation dictionary of the candidates choosing (with no notes, annotations, or markings added

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