About CLARB  | FAQ  |  Contact  |  Create Profile  |  Site Map
Skip navigation links
Exam Home Page
 

Register for the L.A.R.E.

Registration for the August L.A.R.E. administration will open on Monday, May 12, 2014.

  1. Begin a Council Record if you do not already have one.
  2. Check here to see if pre-approval is required.  If no, skip to Step 3.  If yes, transmit your Council Record to the licensure board where you plan to seek initial licensure. 
  3. Register for the L.A.R.E. 
  4. Schedule your test appointment with Pearson VUE.  If you do not receive an email with instructions on how to do this, contact CLARB. 
  5. Take the L.A.R.E.  Scores will be posted on the CLARB website within four to six weeks following the last day of the testing administration.

CLARB recommends:

  • Registering for the exam and scheduling your test appointment as early as possible to ensure the best chance of selecting the test center and test date that are most convenient for you.
  • Contacting the licensure board where you plan to seek initial licensure to confirm what the requirements are for becoming licensed.  Licensure requirements may be different than exam requirements.

Click on these links to:

Special Accommodations

  • Registering for the exam.  CLARB follows the standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for accommodations for disabled candidates.  Should you require special accommodations for a disability, please contact CLARB as soon as possible to ensure that the testing environment will meet your needs.  You may also contact CLARB to apply for approval to test under the Special Accommodations policy.
  • Scheduling a test appointment.  Candidates who test with special accommodations cannot schedule a test appointment with Pearson VUE via the internet.  Once you have registered for the L.A.R.E., please contact CLARB to obtain information on how to schedule your appointment with Pearson VUE.
If you have questions or need assistance please contact us via email or phone (571-432-0332).

 Why the Council Record?

CLARB is working to simplify the licensure process.  Starting a Council Record during the exam process ensures that CLARB is collecting, verifying and storing the information that licensure boards need from you in order to apply to take the exam and be evaluated for licensure. 

  • The Council Record is not just your exam application.  It is a tool that can be used at every step of your career.
  • CLARB provides licensure experts to help you through exam registration, completing your Council Record, and applying for licensure.
  • Having a Council Record means you will launch your career with the field-recognized and preferred tool for tracking all your professional accomplishments.