What's the difference between designers who pass the NCIDQ and you?
It really just comes down to who can handle the boredom of study or practice every day. While hand drawing practice is no longer necessary, taking practice tests and researching codes and references has taken its place. Learn to fall in love with repetition and routine.
Even when it’s not easy, this ability to do repetitive work separates the top performers from everyone else. So it's really not the single event of passing the NCIDQ Exam; it's the process of showing up every day, day in and day out, and doing the work. The act of taking simple daily steps can add up to big results. So don't break the chain.
Ultimately the responsibility lies with each designer to assess their work experience and exposure to the different tasks and activities associated with the various design phases. They actively seek out practice experience in the areas in which they'll be tested. This is how they can connect what they study with what they do on the job.
That’s also the difference between professionals and amateurs.
To pass the NCIDQ Exam, fall in love with the process, not just the end result.
This is an opportunity to change your mindset forever, and along with it, your path in life.
It's easy to get started. You don't even have to plan – follow the Qpractice Study Schedule, and you'll get there, step by step.