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November 10, 2009
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WHITE PLAINS, NY — announces the availability of its first free practice test for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-Green Associate (LEED-GA) exam offered by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI), according to a press release.
The free practice test, developed by''s team of LEED Accredited Professionals (LEED-AP), consists of 50 questions and detailed explanations covering different aspects of green building and LEED, the release stated.
Rob Freeman Jr., LEED-AP and co-founder of, said: "The LEED-GA credential represents potentially the best springboard for new careers in sustainability. It is also a popular starting point for many aspiring LEED-APs. LEED-GA candidates are obviously very excited about this new credential and the potential it holds for future professional and personal growth. We developed our free LEED-GA practice test to provide green building professionals with an affordable way to prepare and to test their knowledge of green building."
LEED professional credentials have become an important part of the growing sustainability industry with over 130,000 professionals becoming LEED-APs since the launch of the LEED credentialing system in 2001, the release added.
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