One of our Qpractice member’s favorite NCIDQ space planning tips for passing the Practicum and saving a ton of time is the “Sticky Note Method”.
Qpractice has put together the best study guides, study schedules, tips and tutorials to help you master each drawing on the NCIDQ Practicum Exam.
For best results practice each drawing 2 - 3 times until you can complete it in less than the recommended time. Plan to spend a minimum of 30 hours in drawing practice.
Follow our Practicum Blueprint, and we'll walk you through each drawing step by step.
Prepare for the NCIDQ practicum by mastering one design problem at a time.
We recommend using a combination of practice problems for both residential and commercial design problems – in the next unit we’ll cover the recommended practice problems and tools.
In working through all the tips with our members to do the Egress Drawing, we’ve come up with 7 Steps.
Space planning is probably the most challenging drawing of the NCIDQ Exam to complete in the allotted time.
It’s worth 23%, more than any of the other exercises. Read More →
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Watch this great video and see the true need for planning accessible restrooms. It helps you understand the “why” behind some of the rules and building codes.
The restroom design problem on the NCIDQ Exam tests your ability to apply accessibility codes in a public men’s room. Read More →
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