LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is one of the most important trends in development and is revolutionizing the construction industry. It has gained tremendous momentum and has a profound impact on our environment.
From this book, you will be able to:
1. Identify your weakness through practice questions
2. Learn to work well under the pressure of timed tests
3. Check your responses against the solutions
4. Understand the solutions for the difficult questions through the explanations
5. Fully understand the scope, difficulty level, and format of the LEED O&M Exam
6. Learn how to pass the LEED O&M Exam
There is NO official GBCI book on the LEED O&M Exam. LEED O&M Mock Exams fills in the blanks and demystifies LEED. The book includes 200 questions and simulates the real exam in every aspect, including scope, difficulty level, format, and number of questions in each LEED category. It includes questions, answers, and explanations. This book is small and easy to carry around. You can read it whenever you have spare minutes. It is an indispensable resource for ordinary people, developers, brokers, contractors, administrators, architects, landscape architects, engineers, interns, drafters, designers, and other design professionals.
What others are saying about "LEEDO&M Mock Exam"...
"Must read for those seeking LEED AP O&M
"If you are considering taking the LEED EBOM exam this book is indispensable. Chock full of mock test questions that simulate the actual exam to a tee. This book should be your first stop on the road to your LEED AP O&M Exam...and then your last stop. Learn what's offered in this fine publication and you'll be well on your way towards your goal. Highly recommended. "
--Neil Rosen, AIA, member of USGBC's ERB
"LEED O & M EXAM PREPARTION TOOL
"Gang Chen's LEED O & M Mock Exam continues his series of user-friendly preparation tools for LEED professional qualification examinations. He provides clear guidance on how to prepare for each of the exams. O & M is relatively new in the LEED standards development process. Thus, there are a limited number of focused preparation texts. Gang Chen does not seek to be the sole source for the user. He is careful to articulate a reasonable course of study - in terms of time for study and appropriate resources. The Appendixes provide web links for supplemental materials, including a cautionary note about verifying current electronic addresses. He notes that different people have different learning styles, but favors repeated study for core concepts and memorization. This is realistic for the LEED examinations. This reviewer warns that "reading is fundamental" and the test-taker must read all questions carefully.
Gang Chen provides two mock exams with explanation of the correct answers. From this reviewer's experience, these seem true to the form and philosophy of the LEED exams. Both the Preface and Chapter Three of LEED O & M Mock Exam are especially interesting as FAQs provides essential information to many adult learners confronting professional exams for the first time after years as a practitioner. "
--Theresa J. Rosenberg "T"