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Tips to pass the LEED-AP exam

June 12, 2009
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WASHINGTON — Passing the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-Accredited Professional (LEED-AP) exam is no simple task, but with these five tips from David Ho of Verizon Communications Inc., it should be a little easier, according to the Journal of New England Technology.

1. Take a class: This will improve your chances greatly because it makes your study time more efficient.

2. Schedule the exam: Scheduling of the LEED-AP exam, which should be done at a time of day you are most alert, is done through the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) website.

3. Study routine: When studying, review your study aids and answer sample questions; your objective is to simulate exam day.

4. Pre-exam prep: Know where you are going and get there early.

5. Use the tools: The test has 80 questions and you have two hours — plenty of time. Read each question carefully and do not stress.

According to the story, although the USGBC is presently moving to version 3 of the LEED-AP exam, the strategy to pass is not expected to change.
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