LARE Review

The Landscape Architect Registration Examination (LARE) is a four-part fully computerized examination designed to determine whether applicants for landscape architectural licensure possess sufficient knowledge, skills and abilities to provide landscape architectural services without endangering the health, safety and welfare of the public. It is prepared and scored by CLARB in accordance with all current standards for fairness and quality of licensure exams.

A candidate for licensure must pass all of them in order to qualify to become licensed. The Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) writes, administers, and grades the LARE. If you have any questions regarding the LARE. process or procedures, contact CLARB at

ASLA Florida is here to guide you through the examination process and ultimately succeed in becoming a licensed landscape architect. Join us for a review session, ask questions and study, study, study! 

On-Demand Review Sessions are Available for the Following Sections: 


Project and Construction Management


Inventory and Analysis




Grading, Drainage,  Construction Documentation


Specific to licensure in Florida 


In-Depth review of Irrigation Topics in FL

1 Hour Session: Section 1, 2, Irrigation and Florida: ASLA Florida Member $70 | Non-Member $85

4 Hour Session: Section 3 and Section 4: ASLA Florida Member $140 | Non-Member $165

Please click here to sign up for an on-demand LARE Review Course!

Frequently Asked Questions

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Mike Oliver Scholarship

2021 applications have closed. 

This scholarship award is available yearly for up to two (2) young professionals that are currently pursuing their licensure in the state of Florida and will cover the cost of the LARE review prep course.

Other requirements are as follows:

  1.  Active member of the ASLA Florida Chapter.
  2.  Planning on attending the entire LARE Review Seminar
  3.  In 300 words or less, provide a short essay in PDF or Microsoft Word format, describing your background, current educational pursuits, future plans, other personal interests or activities, brief statement of your financial needs, why you should be considered for this scholarship and how it will help carry on some of the areas that Mike Oliver extended himself to the advancement of his profession and service to the community.  The essay should be no more than two pages with margins of at least 1”, 12-point or larger font, and no images or graphics.


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