Freeman & Jewell Landscape Architecture is once again offering our popular series of preparatory courses for candidates taking the Landscape Architect Registration Examination. The courses are generally offered four times each year in Northern California, usually four to eight weeks prior to the examination dates. Our classes have attracted students from 45 states, 5 Canadian Provinces, Washington DC, and Puerto Rico.
All of our courses are current with the 2012 exam format, and are updated every six months.
We have a maximum of 28 students per class to allow for good student interaction with the instructor. Ray Freeman has 12 years of experience in teaching LARE reviews and has helped over 1500 students prepare for the exam.
Instructor: Ray Freeman, ASLA, RLA in California, Massachusetts, and North Carolina and CPESC (nationwide). Ray has over 30 years experience in private practice, plus a few odd years in the public sector. He is a former lecturer at Harvard, UC Berkeley, UC Davis Extension, and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. He currently teaches Site Engineering for Landscape Architects at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
The classes cover exam formats, tips and tricks, and feature programmed instruction focusing on developing the skills needed to solve every known type of technical task required on these sections of the LARE. The format of the classes are lecture, short tests, and question and answer. A 200 page syllabus and a minimum of 175 sample questions and AIT problems is included
To obtain a current copy of our brochure and registration form, please e-mail Rayfreeman3@comcast.net. The brochure includes a more detailed description of the subject matter covered in each class.
Location: La Quinta Inn and Suites, Berkeley , CA