Clarification or Confusion?

NCARB’s recent updates to their Exam Guides, which included clarifications to the “Site Planning and Design” division, were intended to make things more clear for exam candidates (mostly by removing vague terminology like “near” and “far”).  As NALSA Publishing explains on their “Pass the ARE” blog, by removing ambiguous language in the “Site Planning” vignette, these clarifications might have had the opposite effect

Thanks to Becky Lowe for sharing!

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