Sunday, August 26, 2007

5 Days Left to Vote for the Most Useful LEED Exam Study Material!

There seems to be much more choices in study materials than when I first took my LEED exam last year. Although I found the combination of just using the LEED NC Reference Guide and the Colorado Study Guide more than sufficient, I noticed that many people now are also buying flashcards and sample exams from other sources. That is part of the reason I am conducting this poll so that we can all share with each other what sources might be useful.

There are 5 more days left until the closing of this poll. So far, 56% of you thinks that the Reference Guide is the best material to prepare for the exam.

If you have a minute to spare, please take a second to enter your vote and share with others what you find the most useful in studying for the exam!


Anonymous said...

The online course series at worked for me. After going through the series, I took the Colorado Chapter practice exam just to boost confidence. I passed the first time with score of 192! LEED Exam Study series is much more affordable than other online courses out there so I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is just starting to study for the LEED AP exam.

Heather B said...
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Leeditnow said...

I think also the reference guide is the best material to prepare for the LEED Green Associate Exam Guide.

whit said...

Burt-watts buildings to unquie commercial iteriors, This seems to be a great site which offers LEED Construction Austin, Green Construction Austin, LEED and Green Construction Austin etc and i would surely like to try their service...i had been relying on Commercial Construction Austin earlier and they too offered good stuff.

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