Pass the LEED Exam and Learn About LEED Certification

August 24, 2010 at 6:22 pm 1 comment

In order to become LEED Green Associated accredited, one must pass the LEED GA exam created by the USGBC. But how do you get started preparing for the exam? What should you expect from the test? Where does the exam take place? In order to qualify to take this exam, one must either take an approved LEED GA course or have proof that you have worked on a certified LEED project. In most cases, it is recommended to take a LEED GA course since this will best prepare you for the exam. Everblue, the nation’s largest training institute for LEED training, offers the live course you need to become a LEED GA expert and qualify for the exam.

This Everblue course teaches the LEED rating system and LEED project processes required to create sustainable buildings and communities. Everblue offers these LEED GA classes everywhere – it’s almost certain that there will be a class near your own neighborhood. And a huge benefit to this live course is the study materials, cheat sheets and practice exam questions you receive. The practice questions closely resemble the actual LEED GA test questions so you’ll know what to expect when you go in to ace the exam.

Once you’ve completed the LEED GA class, it’s recommended that you study on your own using these Everblue-provided materials for 2 to 3 weeks. The exam is a 2 hour, 100 question, computer-based test given at Prometric centers located all over the country. The test is closed-book, so it’s important to memorize the LEED GA information. Please note that it’s best to wait until you know you are prepared before you schedule your exam! When you are ready, look up the Prometric testing center closest to your location on the Prometric website http://www.prometric.com and schedule your exam. It’s that simple. And because of the benefits of becoming LEED GA accredited, in only makes sense to take these steps to boosting your career!

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  • 1. Jennifer hood  |  October 13, 2014 at 6:09 am

    Thanks for Sharing such a innovative Post! It is the good opportunity for all to appear for a LEED exam and to start their career with a green building courses.

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