Tristan Roberts 
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April 27, 2010 at 03:00 PM est
April 27, 2010 at 04:00 PM est

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Studying for the LEED Green Associate Exam: Tips from RealLifeLEED 

Studying for the LEED Green Associate Exam: Tips from RealLifeLEED

Tues. April 27 | 3 p.m. Eastern Time

What does it take to pass the LEED Green Associate exam? Of the numerous study materials out there, which ones are worth paying for? Which free guides will really help you succeed?

This free webinar provides a clearly marked path for anyone who wants to pass the LEED GA exam. Joel McKellar,  LEED AP BD+C, the author behind the RealLifeLEED blog, will present what he learned from weeks of evaluating LEED GA test prep products and training a group of his colleagues for the exam.

How Long Do I Need To Study?

Hosted by LEEDuser, this webinar provides a step-by-step overview for passing the LEED GA exam.

• How long do I need to study?
• How should I structure my studying?
• What topics are covered on the exam and how do I learn them?

Which study guides do(n't) I need?

There are a great many study guides out there. This webinar will review the following, in RealLifeLEED's typical fashion of deep research, presented with helpful detail and humor:

• Official USGBC Core Concepts and LEED GA Study Guides
• The Green Associate Walkthrough from Green Exam Academy
• LEED GA Power Pack from PPI
• Studio4 FREE Study Materials


In addition to the presentation from Joel, this webinar will provide a chance to ask Joel questions on LEED GA exam prep. Now's your chance to pick the brain of one of the most informed, objective sources on the LEED GA exam!

About the presenters

Joel McKellar, LEED AP BD+C
Joel McKellar is that author behind RealLifeLEED, a popular blog covering hands-on issues related to LEED certification, accreditation, and USGBC policy issues. Joel is a research associate with LS3P Associates.

Tristan Roberts, LEED AP
The webinar will be moderated by Tristan Roberts, editor of, a website that provides how-to resources for LEED certification teams. Tristan is also editor-at-large for BuildingGreen, publishers of LEEDuser as well as Environmental Building News and GreenSpec.