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ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Oct. 7 - 10, 2005

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 2005 Annual Meeting & EXPO > LARE Review Sessions

 

Saturday, October 8

In a two-part workshop format, the ASLA LARE Review Sessions will give candidates an opportunity to test their strengths and weaknesses and develop strategies to help prepare for the licensing examination. Candidates will become familiar with the creation and evaluation of the exam, the exam-taking environment, strategies for completing the exam, and stress-reduction tips. Participants are expected to bring their own kit of simple drafting equipment and calculators for the practice problems. Handouts for each LARE section will be provided. Enrollment is limited so please register early.

Workshop A
10:00 am–12:30 pm
Introductory

The objective sections of the exam Section A: Legal and Administrative Aspects of Practice, Section B: Analytical Aspects of Practice, and Section D: Structural Considerations and Materials and Methods of Construction will be covered in a brief overview with an emphasis on strategies and study tips. The instruction for Section C: Site Planning and Design will include strategies, study tips, and practice problems.

Virginia L. Russell, FASLA, University of Cincinnati; Sara Katherine Williams, FASLA, University of Florida; and C. Edward Curtin, FASLA, City of Columbus, Indiana.

$40 per person with Early Bird registration; $50 thereafter.

Workshop B
1:00 pm–3:20 pm
Introductory

The instruction for Section E: Grading, Drainage, and Stormwater Management will focus on candidate strengths and weaknesses with study tips, strategies, and practice problems.

Tom Nieman, PhD, FASLA, University of Kentucky; C. Edward Curtin, FASLA, City of Columbus, Indiana; Karen A. Beck, ASLA, Commonwealth Engineers & Consultants, Inc.; and Jason B. Walker, ASLA, Mississippi State University.

$40 per person with Early Bird registration; $50 thereafter.

 

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