National AICP Exams
To become a certified planner and use the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) designation, one must be a current member of the American Planning Association, submit an application meeting certain education and experience requirements, pass an examination, and be a fully paid member of APA and AICP.
The AICP exam is currently offered twice per year, in the fall and spring. The testing window for the two exam periods are posted on the APA's website at http://www.planning.org/certification/ . The exam is offered electronically at testing sites throughout the NY metro area that are disclosed upon acceptance of your AICP application.
For more information on AICP certification and application requirements, please visit: http://www.planning.org/certification/
For exam preparation materials, please go to the Exam Resources page.
November 2014 Exam Results
Congratulations to the following Chapter members who passed the AICP exam in November 2014!
- Susan Bemis
- David Burgy
- Patrick Cammack
- James Carrington
- Christophe D'Antonio
- James Finegan
- Jennifer Gonzalez
- Jonathan Hawkins
- Alexander Lieber
- Munmun Parmar
- Paul Salama
- Gregory Scruggs
A total of 16 NY Metro chapter members took the AICP exam in November 2014:
- Total passing candidates: 12
- Percent passing: 75%
For post-exam information, please go to: http://www.planning.org/certification/postexam.htm.
AICP Exam Questions
For questions regarding the AICP Exam, please don't hesitate to contact Pintu Behera, APA National Professional Development Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants can refer all exam related questions to email@example.com.