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The NCIDQ Interior Design Fundamentals Examination (IDFX)
The Interior Design Fundamentals Exam (IDFX) tests your knowledge of:
You’ll have three hours to complete the 125 question multiple-choice exam IDFX.
100 questions count towards your grade. 25 questions are considered pretest, or experimental questions and don’t count towards your score.
You can apply to take the IDFX once you meet CIDQ’s educational requirements, even before you complete your required work experience. Pass this exam to get started on your professional interior design career. This is an excellent opportunity to test what you covered in school while it is still fresh.
Pass the Interior Design Fundamentals Exam and add an achievement to your resume. Show that you're the type of job candidate that employers are looking for.
Follow the Qpractice Study Plan to thoroughly review the seven (7) NCIDQ content areas. This will not only help you pass the test, but also build proficiency in key skills you'll use on the job.
Here are some examples of the types of topics covered per content area on the Interior Design Fundamentals Exam:
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