The NCIDQ Interior Design Professional Examination (IDPX)

The IDPX Exam is a computer-based multiple-choice format exam for designers with several years of professional work experience.

Follow the Qpractice Study Plan to thoroughly cover the eight (8) NCIDQ content areas, not only to help you pass the test, but also demonstrate your advanced proficiency and professional-level interior design knowledge to employers.

By popular demand Qpractice has combined our IDPX Study Guide and online multiple choice practice tests to help you thoroughly prepare for the NCIDQ Interior Design Professional Exam (IDPX) in just several weeks.

Keeping on Course: Project Management

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Project management is a huge undertaking and entails planning, scheduling, monitoring, coordinating, directing, documenting, closing a project, and performing follow-up with the client after move-in.

It involves so many details that you may feel like you’re drowning. Qpractice can help keep you afloat while studying for the project management area of the IPDX Exam.

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A Walk-Through: Presentation & Construction Documents

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Interior designers need to communicate their ideas to their client and construction crew. Knowledge of presentation and construction documents is key for success as a designer and passing the NCIDQ Exam. Qpractice can help walk you through it all.

Your knowledge of presentation and construction documents is key to your success not only as a designer but also passing the NCIDQ Exam.

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FF&E Specifications: The Tip of the Iceberg


FF&E is an extensive subject. Selecting materials and finishes for a project reaches far past their aesthetics. They need to be durable, functional, and meet the sustainability, budgetary and safety needs of the project.

Making the initial selections is just the tip of the iceberg. Selecting FF&E also involves a lot of technical and legal issues, such as flammability and code requirements.

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