LEED Exam Quick Facts

October 22, 2014 at 6:26 pm Leave a comment

How to Become a LEED Green Associate

First Step for Everyone
LEED Green Associate Accreditation

Preparing for the LEED Green Associate Exam
1. Sign up for a LEED Green Associate exam prep course
2. Register for the exam and pay exam fee at usgbc.org/credentials
3. Schedule your LEED Green Associate exam at prometric.com/gbci
4. Commit to 20-30 hours of self-study time
5. Take your exam!

Costs Associated with LEED Green Associate Exam
$200 for USGBC members and full-time students
$250 for non-members

Passing Score on the LEED Exam
Must score 170 out of 200

Maintaining Your LEED Green Associate Accreditation
Pay $50 maintenance fee to USGBC and complete 15 hours of LEED credential maintenance training every 2 years. Three of the 15 hours must be LEED-specific.

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How to Become a LEED AP with Specialty

First Step for Everyone
LEED Green Associate Accreditation

*You can sit for the LEED Green Associate and LEED AP exams at the same time. However, if you fail the LEED Green Associate exam, you will not be allowed to continue for the LEED AP exam. We do not recommend paying for and scheduling both exams for the same testing period for this reason.

Preparing for the LEED AP Exam
1. Sign up for a LEED AP exam prep course
2. Register for the exam and pay exam fee at usgbc.org/credentials
3. Schedule your LEED AP exam at prometric.com/gbci
4. Commit to 20-30 hours of self-study time
5. Take your exam!

Costs Associated with LEED AP Accreditation
$250 for USGBC members and full-time students
$350 for non-members

Passing Score on the LEED Exam
Must score 170 out of 200

Maintaining Your LEED AP Accreditation
Pay $50 maintenance fee to USGBC and complete 30 hours of LEED credential maintenance training every 2 years. Six of the 15 hours must be LEED-specific.

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