Passing The Green Associate Exam is a required first step and covers the basics of the LEED Green Building Rating Systems. Manual contains 900 total sample questions in groups of 100. Questions Content Covers : Project Requirements, Costs ,Green Resources , Standards that support LEED Credit , Credit Interactions Credit Interpretation Rulings, Components of LEED Online and Project Registration, Components of LEED Score Card, Components of Letter Templates, Strategies to Achieve Credit, Project Boundary; LEED Boundary; Property Boundary, Prerequisites and/or Minimum Program Requirements for LEED Certification, Preliminary Rating , Multiple Certifications for Same Building construction, Occupancy Requirements, USGBC Policies, Requirements to Earn LEED AP Credit, Community Connectivity (Transportation, Pedestrian Access, Zoning Requirements, Development, Heat Islands), Water Management (Types,Quality of Water, Water Management water use reduction, baseline water demand, irrigation) Environmental Concerns, Green Power ,Project Materials, Recycled Materials, Construction Waste Management, Stakeholder Involvement in Innovation, Integrated Project Team Criteria, Durability Planning and Management, Innovative and Regional Design, Project Surroundings and Public Outreach, Codes. Developed by a 30 member committee of certified LEED Accredited Professionals, licensed architects and Civil And Environmental Engineering leaders with 193 years of combined green building experience. Questions developed over a 4 month period of question, answer and explanation creation and refinement. The LEED Green Associate exam is designed to measure your skills and knowledge against criteria developed by Subject Matter Experts and to assess your knowledge and skill to understand and support green design, construction, and operations. The LEED Green Associate exam is comprised of 100 randomly delivered multiple choice questions and must be completed in 2 hours; total seat time for the LEED Green.