My name is Elif. My ARE journey started a while ago, and it took me almost 2 years to pass all of the ARE 5.0 exams. It was one of the most challenging experiences of my lifetime. While studying, I felt the need for more practice questions, but the options were either limited or too expensive. So I decided to write my own questions while studying and, in fact, shared them with a lot of friends for free along the way. After I passed, I kept receiving emails from people who wanted access to my questions. The word was spreading fast. So I had to do something to be able to share them with everyone. And I decided to create this web site. I am glad to see you here and truly hope these questions help the ARE community pass their exams.
recent blog posts
Taking AREs has been one of the most challenging experience of my lifetime. I don’t think it is because I was born into a privileged life and pampered with comfort up until to that point:). On the contrary, I have always had to study/work so hard to achieve things in
Standardized tests are reality of life and like I said in my earlier posts, I had my fair share of being tested throughout my life. I failed and passed many times, made a lot of mistakes and learned a lot about them. I consider myself as a good test-taker now,
After almost 9 months of studying in total, I finally passed PPD at my second try. As you know, the pass rates are the lowest for this exam, which makes it objectively the hardest of all 6 exams. So, I want to start with: why the PPD is the hardest?
register for webinars!
I don’t want this website to be only “a quiz-taking” website. The more we engage, the higher the chances for you guys to pass! So I decided to host some regular webinars to focus on a topic, a book, or just on some study techniques. It doesn’t matter if you already purchased the questions or not; anyone can join webinars. Some of these events will be free, and some will have a fee depending on the demand.
Below please find the calendar for upcoming Webinars and register ahead of the time! I will have a Max 100 people limit per Zoom Webinar, and it will be first-come, first-serve! So hurry up! Also, please tell your friends! I promise some “scary” contents like “structural formulas” won’t be as scary anymore. And, if you are not going to make it, cancel your registration to open up room for people who can actually make it.
See you there!