ARE Lending Library

AIAW Study Materials Library

AIA Wisconsin has established a lending library of Architect Registration Examination (ARE) study materials that cover all sections of the ARE 5.0 exam. The materials are available to Associate AIA members and can be checked out of the office for a period of 14 days.

Kits Include:

Practice Management (PcM)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Rena Klein, FAIA, book

Professional Practice: A Guide to Turning Design into Buildings | Paul Segal, FAIA

Reference Material folder

  • AIA Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct
  • NCARB Rules of Conduct
  • B101-2007
  • C401-2007
  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PcM pages

Project Management (PjM)

Study Guide | Brightwood      

Flashcards | Brightwood

Professional Practice: A Guide to Turning Design into Buildings | Paul Segal, FAIA

Reference Material Folder

  • A201-2007
  • A701-1997
  • B101-2007
  • C401-2007
  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PjM pages

Programming & Analysis (PA)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Professional Practice: A Guide to Turning Design into Buildings | Paul Segal, FAIA

Reference Materials Folder

  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PA pages

Project Planning & Design (PPD)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Guidebook to Sustainable Design | HOK

Reference Materials Folder

  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PPD pages

Project Development & Documentation (PDD)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Guidebook to Sustainable Design | HOK

Reference Materials Folder

  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PDD pages

Construction & Evaluation (CE)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Reference Materials Folder

  • A101-2007
  • A201-2007
  • A701-1997
  • B101-2007
  • C401-2007
  • A305-1986
  • G701-2001
  • G702-1992
  • G703-1992
  • G704-2000
  • 5.0 ARE Handbook CE pages

Up to two Kits may be borrowed at a time. Materials are due two weeks after check-out. Materials must be returned using a trackable carrier. The lending library is a free service for Associate AIA members; however, replacement due to damage or loss is the responsibility of the borrowing member.

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