LEED Green Associate Exam Simulator
(Practice Test | 600 Exam Questions)
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This course includes:
About this exam simulator
This is your final step toward joining the Built Environment industry professionals in their amazing journey to make a better and more sustainable world!
6 Full LEED Green Associate tests, 600 potential GBCI LEED Exam questions simulating the real exam questions at the test center for the latest update (new version) of LEED V4.
This course is designed for you to
- Review your study material through questions and answers, covering all the exam material
- Identify your knowledge gaps, go back and re-read the material where your answers were incorrect, and retake the test.
- Pass the test with more than 80%, and you are ready to go for the exam.
The LEED will help you to
- Get introduced to Green Buildings concepts, Sustainable urban development, and Sustainability concepts
- Understand energy efficiency, energy management in buildings
- Understand the social and environmental impact of buildings and the built environment
- Review all LEED categories through this comprehensive exam preparation tool; Location & Transportation, Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere, Material & Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, Innovation & Regional Priority.
You can also join one of our classes for LEED Green Associate training; with interactive and highly engaging training, you will learn more about green buildings and sustainability practices in the built environment.
Note: some questions (very few) are repeated in a different phrasing; those questions could repeat among different quizzes to emphasis the importance of the question, as was noticed in LEED Green Associate exams in multiple forms. Enjoy the course, and best of luck!
10 tips to help you pass the LEED Green Associate Exam
- Listed below are a few tips that will guide you on how to pass the LEED Green Associate Exam:
- Most of the questions in the LEED Green Associate exam involve applied and critical thinking, so it is extremely important to have a thorough understanding of concepts instead of just memorizing.
- Read the exam paper carefully, and then read it again. Likewise, check and recheck all your answers. Use the ‘Mark’ button to flag questions you don’t feel sure about. Since you get 2 hours to complete 100 questions, you can always come back to the ‘marked’ questions after you’re done with the rest.
- Also, often the LEED Green Associate exam will try to trick you by sneaking in an important word like “not” or “isn’t”. Read each question carefully so you don’t misunderstand them.
- It is definitely a good idea to take a look at the Green Associate handbook found on the GBCI website. The handbook will tell you important information about what is covered in the exam, as well as test taking policies. And then, of course, you have the GBRI to help you with the study materials.
- You can never take enough practice tests. Take loads of them (and more!) to ensure you have a fair idea of the actual test content. And they also teach you to slow down and read much more carefully.
- It is very important to memorize all numbers related to Minimum Program Requirements (MPRs). you should have in-depth knowledge of the four ASHRAE standards used in LEED: ASHRAE 90.1 – Energy, ASHRAE 55 – Thermal Comfort, ASHRAE 52.2 – Air Filters, ASHRAE 62.1 – Ventilation
- When you feel there is more than one right answer to a particular multiple choice question, just go with the ‘best’ answer. For example, implementing a concept that reduces carbon emissions will be a better answer than the one that promotes the local economy or saves water.
- Know the difference between a project that is LEED Certified and a LEED certified project. When you use a capital “C” in Certified, it refers to a project that has met all MPRs, Prerequisites, and has earned between 40-49 LEED credits. Using the lowercase “c” in certified means a project could have earned any certification level (Certified, Silver, Gold, or Platinum).
- Before you start the two-hour exam, you get ten minutes to familiarize yourself with the testing controls along with a scrap paper and a pen. Take those precious ten minutes to recall all the concepts/numbers you’ve memorized. Jot down the ones you are worried about getting confused on during your exam.
- Please note that the USGBC has a pool of 1000+ questions out of which they frame their 100-question exams, so no two exams will look the same. The USGBC does not share its database of questions with anyone. You are required to score 170 out of 200 points in order to pass the LEED Green Associate Exam and will receive the results at the test center immediately following the test.
- So all the best for your LEED Green Associate exam! We are hopeful that with the right amount of will, effort and guidance, you will be able to pass with flying colors and do your bit to make this world a better place to live in!
About the LEED Green Associate Credential
The course is offered through live-course sessions or online self-paced learning at the Built-
This exam simulator, will test you in the green building fundamentals a LEED Green Associate should know. Along with the primary sources for the exam, this course will help you prepare to take the LEED Green Associate Exam. Topics covered:
- Introduction to green buildings
- Sustainable thinking
- USGBC and LEED
- Location & Transportation
- Sustainable Sites
- Water Efficiency
- Energy & Atmosphere
- Materials & Resources
- Indoor Environmental Quality
- Innovation & Synergies
- LEED Green Associate Exam study materials
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Why the LEED Credential?
#1 The best way to start a green job
The LEED Green Associate is the first step to start a green job as a built environment professional. It is the right credential for every engineer, architect, facility manager, construction manager, supply chain manager, and many other built environment professionals who are looking to advance their career and meet the rising demand of green jobs in the global market.
#2 The most comprehensive green building certification
With over 100,000 LEED certified buildings globally, LEED is the most in use green building certification program for buildings. and therefore LEED credential is the most required and in demand green building program for professionals.
#3 Advance your skills
The LEED Green Associate credential designates individuals who have a documented, up-to-date understanding of the most current green building principles and practices. The LEED Green Associate is a foundational credential and for many, it is the first step before earning advanced credentials such as the LEED AP with specialty.