New Requirements for Becoming a Registered Interior Designer in Nevada
At the January 2002 meeting of the Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design and Residential Design, the Board voted to revise the examination requirements for Registered Interior Design candidates. The new requirements are:
Full passage of the October 2000 NCIDQ exam (or later)
Passage of any prior version of NCIDQ
Passage of the Nevada Supplemental Exam
***To qualify to be exempt from taking the Nevada Supplemental Exam, a candidate must have passed all three sections of the NCIDQ exam since October 2000. Credit for this exemption will not be given for earlier versions of the NCIDQ.***
Do You Qualify?
Here are some examples:
A candidate has taken and passed all three sections of the NCIDQ since October 2000.
This candidate does not have to take the Nevada Supplemental Exam for registration in Nevada.
A candidate has taken and passed all sections of the NCIDQ prior to October 2000.
This candidate must pass the Nevada Supplemental Exam to become registered in Nevada (or pass the new NCIDQ exam).
A candidate took two sections of the old exam and received credit, from NCIDQ, for Section I of the new exam (October 2000). After passing Sections II and III of the new exam, the candidate was certified by NCIDQ.
This candidate must pass the Nevada Supplement Exam to become registered in Nevada, or he/she must take and pass Section I of the new NCIDQ exam.
If you have any questions, please contact the Board office at (702) 486-7300.