LEED Green Associate V4 | 1500 Practice questions | 15 Tests
LEED® GREEN ASSOCIATE™ practice exams consist of multiple-choice questions. The students will be able to assess their knowledge and ability to finish the exam with the required score practicing 1500 Questions in 15 simulation tests to be completed in 2 hours each.
You’ll receive access to 1500 questions in our online learning platform with explanations (3 Tests on Udemy + 12 Tests Downloadable).
The LEED Green Associate Practice tests will ensure you have a good understanding of LEED best practices and green buildings.
Understand LEED Rating system in detail and the seven impact categories.
Learn more about LEED Accreditation and Certification levels in detail.
Learn the sustainable credit categories along with strategies: (Integrative process-Location and Transportation-Sustainable sites-Water Efficiency-Energy and Atmosphere-Materials and Resources-Indoor Environmental Quality-Innovative design-Regional priority).
Understand the synergies between each credit category and find out the trade-offs.
You will pass the exam from your first attempt.
Understand the reason behind each question and answer (with Explanation) and the related knowledge area to be able to revise your knowledge.
You will become familiar with Green Building terminologies and glossaries.
You can directly contact the course provider for any questions that require more clarification, and he will reply as soon as he can.
What will students learn in your course?
You will understand LEED Rating system process and different certification and accreditation levels in details.
You will learn about energy and water efficiency, materials and resources management, indoor environmental quality, and sustainable sites.
You will understand what are the green building strategies and best practices.
You will understand LEED Rating system in detail.
You will understand the synergies between each credit category and find out the trade-offs.
You will be familiar with green building practices and sustainable design associated with LEED.
You will be familiar with the sustainable sites initiative.
You will understand the impact category and point allocation development process.
You will receive a certificate of completion after completing all the 15 tests.
You will receive instant test scoring feedback and this LEED Green Associate Exam Prep course includes products that can be accessed instantly in our online learning portal.
You will receive 'LEED GA Candidate Handbook (PDF)'.
You will receive 'LEED GA Exam Study Guide (PDF)'.
You will receive 'The Impact Category and point allocation development process (PDF)'.
You will receive 'The Sustainable site initiative (PDF)'.
You will receive LEED GA Glossary Sheet.
You will receive 'LEED Guide to Water Metering (PDF)'.
You will receive 'LEED and the International Green Construction Code (PDF)'.
You will receive 'Synergies between SITES and LEED ND (PDF)'.
You will receive 'Advanced Energy Modeling for LEED Technical Manual v2.0' (PDF).
NOTE: In the LEED GA exam each question will mention how many answers to select in the same way in this practice course.
NOTE: All Downloadable Data and the rest of the Tests will be sent to you within 24 hours.
1. LEED Process (16 Questions)
A. Organization fundamentals (e.g., mission/vision; non-profit; role of USGBC/GBCI)
B. Structure of LEED rating systems (e.g., credit categories; prerequisites; credits and/ or Minimum Program Requirements for LEED Certification)
C. Scope of each LEED rating system (e.g., rating system selection; rating system families [BD+C, ID+C, O+M, ND, Homes])
D. LEED development process (e.g., consensus-based; stakeholder and volunteer involvement; rating system updates/evolution)
E. Credit categories (e.g., goals and objectives of each [LT, SS, WE, EA, MR, EQ, IN, RP]; synergies)
F. Impact categories (e.g., what should a LEED project accomplish?)
G. LEED certification process (e.g., certification levels [Certified, Silver, Gold, Platinum]; LEED Scorecard; 3rd party verification; the role of documentation submission; LEED Interpretations; Addenda; awareness of different system versions [e.g., LEED Online]; components of LEED Online and Project Registration)
H. Other rating systems (e.g., in general, what other rating systems are out there?)
2. Integrative Strategies (8 Questions)
A. Integrative process (e.g., early analysis of the interrelationships among systems; systems thinking; charettes)
B. Integrative project team members (e.g., architect; engineer; landscape architect; civil engineer; contractor; facility manager, etc.)
C. Standards that support LEED (e.g., breadth not the depth of American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers [ASHRAE]; Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association [SMACNA] guidelines; Green Seal; Energy STAR®; HERs; Reference Standards listed in ACPs, etc.)
3. Location and Transportation (7 Questions)
A. Site selection (e.g., targeting sites in previously developed and brownfields/high priority designation area; avoiding sensitive habitat; located in areas with existing infrastructure and nearby uses; reduction in parking footprint)
B. Alternative transportation (e.g., type, access and quality; infrastructure and design)
4. Sustainable Sites (7 Questions)
A. Site assessment (e.g., environmental assessment; human impact)
B. Site design and development (e.g., construction activity pollution prevention; habitat conservation and restoration; exterior open space; rainwater management; exterior lighting; heat island reduction)
5. Water Efficiency (9 Questions)
A. Outdoor water use (e.g., use of greywater/rainwater in irrigation; use of native and adaptive species)
B. Indoor water use (e.g., concepts of low flow/waterless fixtures; water-efficient appliances; types and quality)
C. Water performance management (e.g., measurement and monitoring)
6. Energy and Atmosphere (10 Questions)
A. Building loads (e.g., building components; space usage [private office, individual space, shared multi-occupant spaces])
B. Energy efficiency (e.g., basic concepts of design; operational energy efficiency; commissioning; energy auditing)
C. Alternative and renewable energy practices (e.g., demand response; renewable energy; green power; carbon offsets)
D. Energy performance management (e.g., energy use measurement and monitoring; building automation controls/advanced energy metering; operations and management; benchmarking; Energy Star)
E. Environmental concerns (e.g., sources and energy resources; greenhouse gases; global warming potential; resource depletion; ozone depletion)
7. Materials and Resources (9 Questions)
A. Reuse (e.g., building reuse; material reuse; interior reuse; furniture reuse)
B. Life-cycle impacts (e.g., the concept of life-cycle assessment; material attributes; human and ecological health impacts; design for flexibility)
C. Waste (e.g., construction and demolition; maintenance and renovation; operations and ongoing; waste management plan)
D. Purchasing and declarations (e.g., purchasing policies and plans; environmental preferable purchasing (EPP); building product disclosure and optimization [i.e., raw materials sourcing, material ingredients, environmental product disclosure])
8. Indoor Environmental Quality (8 Questions)
A. Indoor air quality (e.g., ventilation levels; tobacco smoke control; management of and improvements to indoor air quality; low-emitting materials; green cleaning)
B. Lighting (e.g., electric lighting quality; daylight)
C. Sound (e.g., acoustics)
D. Occupant comfort, health, and satisfaction (e.g., controllability of systems; thermal comfort design; quality of views; assessment/survey)
9. Project Surroundings and Public Outreach (11 Questions)
A. Environmental impacts of the built environment (e.g., energy and resource use in conventional buildings; the necessity of green buildings; environmental externalities; triple bottom line)
B. Codes (e.g., the relationship between LEED® and codes [building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, fire protection]; green building codes)
C. Values of sustainable design (e.g., energy savings over time; healthier occupants; money-saving incentives; costs [hard costs, soft costs]; life cycle)
D. Regional design (e.g., regional green design and construction measures as appropriate; the regional emphasis should be placed in Sustainable Sites and Materials & Resources)
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This course was made by Rami Marashdeh took a lot of time to be intensive and extensive at the same time to enable the students to pass the exam from the first attempt.
The simulation exams are not related officially by any means to USGBC or GBCI education programs.
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Who this course is for:
- Anyone who want to learn green building.
- Architects ,Engineers, Urban planners, landscape professionals, Design Managers, Interior Designers.
- Mechanical, Electrical engineers and Plumbing Engineers (MEP).
- Civil engineers, Site engineers and construction Managers.
- Anyone who wants to pass LEED Green associate exam and start sustainability journey.
- This course is suitable for all people who want to know more about green building, sustainability and their verification tool which is LEED rating system.
- LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE™ students who are preparing for the exam.
- LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE™ holders who want to challenge themselves and revise LEED and Green building terminologies.
- Green Building professionals who want to learn more about LEED terminologies and processes.
ARCHITECT (B.ARCH. 2018 )
LEED GA USGBC
2nd Prize - A' Design Award International Award Competition.
Certificate of participation - in JoGreen Competition.
ACP - Autodesk certified professional.
ACA - Adobe certified associate.
Certificate of appreciation - from Jordan Engineers Associate.
Certificate of appreciation - from Wikipedia for architectural articles and paragraphs translation.
Member in Jordan Green Building Council - 2017
Worked in: AE7 Consultants (2018-2020) / Omrania (2020) / AlNasser+Partners(present)