Just when you think you have done enough; architecture school, internship, IDP, obtaining a certification or two, ARE exam... and of course selling your soul to get a job during all of this...
The next hurdle is the architecture board for your state... some only accept "comprehensive architectural experience" in certain types of work settings... which means if you work for a firm that is not "comprehensive" in their eyes, you may have to go and find some more experience to meet their fantasy.
Also, these state boards require you to do IDP, but really don't see it as complete. It really is unjust.
Good luck to you all.