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 practising 400 Questions in 4 simulation exams to be completed in 2 hours each. The simulation exams are applicable for LEED V4 and will give you a life-time access to the tests and can be taken for unlimited times. The practice questions were prepared by a USGBC approved instructor “USGBC Faculty – Karim elnabawy.  USGBC Faculty are experienced educators with a strong background in professional education, training, and facilitation in green building and sustainability development.Each simulation exam will allow the students to focus on the credit categories they are studying while providing explanation on correct and incorrect answers. Our simulation exams are designed to sequence from easy to medium, hard and expert levels.The 4 simulation exams are as follows:Practice Test 01- Amateur Level 01 (Easy)Practice Test 02- Intermediate Level 02 (Medium)Practice Test 03- Professional Level 03 (Hard) – like an actual exam.Practice Test 04- Expert Level 04 (Extra Hard)Benefits of our simulation exams:You will assess your knowledge prior to the final LEED exam.You will have access to 400 questions in 4 simulated exams that are sequenced from easy to medium, hard and expert levelsUnderstand the reasoning behind each question and answer and the related knowledge area to be able to restudy or revise.Our simulation exams are considered part of your studies as they will cover the whole LEED Green Associate book.You will become familiar with Green Building Terminologies.You will likely most pass the exam from your first attempt.You can directly contact the course provider for any questions that require more clarification, and he will reply as soon as he can.The LEED exam assesses candidates abilities at three hierarchical cognitive levels: Recall, Application and Analysis. Recall Items: These items assess a candidates ability to recall factual material that is presented in a similar context to the exam references.  Application Items: These items provide the candidate with a novel problem or scenario that the candidate can solve using familiar principles or procedures described in the exam references.  Analysis Items: These items assess a candidates ability to break the problem down into its components to create a solution. The candidate must not only recognize the different elements of the problem, but must also evaluate the relationship or interactions of these elements.Our exams are prepared in accordance with LEED requirement and score allocation:LEED Process (16 Questions) Integrative Strategies (8 Questions) Location and Transportation (7 Questions)Sustainable Sites (7 Questions)Water Efficiency (9 Questions)Energy and Atmosphere (10 Questions)Materials and Resources (9 Questions)Indoor Environmental Quality (8 Questions)Project Surroundings and Public Outreach (11 Questions)The exam contains (15 unscored questions) – In our simulation exams, we will distribute the 15 unscored questions among the other 9 knowledge areas.Get ready to test your green building skills and enroll now!General notes:The simulation exams are provided by karim elnabawy – GBERA “Green Building Education and Research Academy” and it took a huge amount of time and effort to be developed in a way that will allow students benefit from them. The simulation exams are not allowed to be distributed outside Udemy by any means. Only sharing the official link to the course is allowed.Screenshots are not allowed.The simulation exams are not related officially by any means to USGBC or GBCI education programs.In the following link, you will understand how to use UDEMY practice tests: GBERA is not affiliated with the U.S. Green Building Council  or Green Business Certification Inc. and does not administer the LEED AP /LEED  Green Associate program. USGBC and GBCI do not endorse or recommend the products or services offered by GBERA.  LEED AP and the LEED AP logos are trademarks owned by the U.S. Green Building Council and are used with permission.LEED Green Associate and the LEED Green Associate logos are trademarks owned by the U.S. Green Building Council and are used with permission.