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Time is running out! Pass your LEED exam now- 2009 LEED BD+C, V3, 11x17 Summary Charts

June 15th is the last day to take the exams in current version! Pass your LEED exam before that. 

Here we are! This one is for all of you who emailed and requested for these:)
11x17 Credit Summary Charts in PDF format for 2009 LEED BD+C, V3

You will be able to download 16 color sheets, detailing all the pre requisites and credits covering:

  • NC, School, CS Max. Achievable Points
  • Credit title
  • Intent
  • Requirements
  • Referenced Standards
  • Credit Synergy
  • Documentation
  • Exemplary Performance
  • Regional Variations

The summaries provided here for each section have been presented in concise way so that it is easy for you to understand and remember.

Please feel free to email or ask your questions here in the comments section. I am here to help you!
Study hard and pass the exam! Get accredited before the new V4 takes effect! 

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LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance, 11x17 Summary Charts

I am very excited to share with you all, 11x17 Credit Summary Charts in PDF format for 2009 LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance.

You will be able to download 16 color sheets, detailing all the pre requisites and credits covering:

  • Credit title
  • Intent
  • Requirements
  • Max. Achievable Points
  • Referenced Standards
  • Related Credits/ Synergy
  • Documentation
  • Exemplary Performance
  • Regional Variations

The summaries provided here for each section have been presented in concise way so that it is easy for you to understand and remember.

Please feel free to email or ask your questions here in the comments section. I am here to help you!
Happy Studying!

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Brain Dump: LEED GA and BD+C (Combined Exam)

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Shared by kathmor from ARE forum

Took the whole enchilada! And PASSED! The combined BD+C tests made for a long time at prometric but I am glad I did them both at once. After just finishing the ARE it wasn't so bad. I came out with scores of 188 for the GA and 185 for BD+C.

GA was a cakewalk and I knew I passed. It took me 45 min. But BD+C was a little toughy and as others have said, I wasn't sure I was gonna make the cut when I hit end. I had 1 min left after checking all marked and knew I wasn't going to get through all 100 to recheck so I just ended it and held my breath.

I first read and used a lot of different things but finally ended up focusing on:

  1. the USGBC Ref Guide (bible)
  2. practice tests from GBES & greenlearner
  3. studio4's 11x17 credit cummary chart (just this page)
  4. and my own outline notes of the ref guide that I summarized, culled and re-wrote from memory until I had my own shorthand version of all the credits that I could write quickly at the actual exam. [Just a FYI once you finished the GA test there is no break or tutorial that occurs before the BD+C test, it starts right away. I had to spend a few minutes writing notes while the clock was ticking. Had I known I would have used the extra time from the GA portion of the test to write notes.]

Also, as I took practice tests I copied and pasted information/explanations into a word document and studied that in the last week too (ended up with 25 pages!)
I started taking practice test after pratice test (at least 3 per day) on Monday until today (tested at 3:30pm) and was getting in the low to mid 90's. The practice tests are the key to understanding the ref guide.

My test was particulary focused on EA but I had a good overture of all the credits and their EP's if applicable in there too. I marked all calcs that were not an instant " I know that" because man that software calculater sucks! I had probably 2 clacs that I just outright guessed on and probably 10 others I really didn't know the answer, another 20 I had a good chance of getting right and the rest I was pretty sure of. I studied slowly in the beginning then really gaining momentum in the last month averaging about 4hours a day.
That's all she wrote...hope this helps and GOOD LUCK!

So happy my year in testing purgatory is finally OVAHHHH!!

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