| DONNA'S UPCOMING 2017 WORKSHOPS
IDFX and IDPX WEBINARS
Practicum Webinars are the next best thing to a live
workshop, same detailed information, same practice exam,
lots of personal critiques.
Practicum Webinars can be taken separately or as a bundle
at reduced cost. Your instructor will assign an NCIDQ exam
for your class which must be purchased separately.
*Independent work on the assigned NCIDQ Exam.
Your instructor will also be available for questions.
It is not required that you complete the mock exam at this time, but it is
the only time an instructor is available for questions should you have any.
The exam we will work with is NCIDQ 2016-1 spring exam.
Order right away to insure delivery by Feb. 10.
A discount will be provided to you once you have registered and paid.
(NCIDQ exam is not included with bundle.)
TO SIGN UP FOR THESE WEBINARS CLICK THE LINKS BELOW
(You will be guided to the payment link on the registration form.)
Registration form IDFX/PX
Registration form Practicum Bundle
BONUS: IF YOU SIGN UP FOR THE PRACTICUM BUNDLE, WE
WILL INCLUDED IDFX/PX CLASS FOR ONLY $25 MORE.
IDFX and PX Webinar ONLY ($50)
PRACTICUM Webinar Bundle ($350)
PRACTICUM Webinar Bundle with IDFX/PX ($375)
(++payment can be made on Registration page.)
|NCIDQ Practicum Prep
Prac 2.0: CIDQ's New Computerized Practicum Exam
As in the past, CIDQ updates the exam both in content and format in response to the Practice
Analysis they conduct every 5 years. In October of 2017, CIDQ introduces the newest format of
the practicum, Prac 2.0.
Here is a brief outline of what we know:
• PRAC 2.0 has been developed so that the content areas being tested are very similar to
the soon to be retired paper and pencil exam.
• CIDQ will now be using a computer based interactive, testing platform for PRAC 2.0. Since
this format is for testing and not design, no prior design software experience is needed.
• PRAC 2.0 will consist of three case studies, a large commercial, a small commercial, and a
residential. All questions refer to these case studies.
• Four question types are being used; Hot Spot, Drag and Place, Fill in the Blank, and
Multiple Choice. Each question is worth one point.
• Case studies include a project scenario, universal codes, a plan and other resources that
might be needed to answer a question correctly.
• There is a PRAC 2.0 Exam Blueprint available on the CIDQ website. All tasks and
knowledge areas are evenly distributed to all Case Studies. We highly recommend you printing
your own copy for reference.
• In addition to the PRAC 2.0 Blueprint, practice exams that mirror the testing environment
will be available shortly for candidates to familiarize themselves with the new testing platform.
Other information: Prac 2.0 will be no longer than a half day, it will consist of between 100 to 175
questions, and will be offered at the same locations as IDFX & IDPX.
QPrep: Where we stand right now
Our workshops have been, up until now, based on the paper and pencil practicum. CIDQ has
published enough information about Prac 2.0 to give us a clue about the new format but not
nearly enough for us to redesign our workshops at this time. We need to take the sample exam
they will be offering, hopefully early April, before we can decide how to proceed.
We ask for your patience while we go through this growing process. Please visit our website often
Donna, Phyllis and Cheryl