There are 100 questions in this MOCK exam that represent all LEED knowledge domains concepts just like the actual exam. Questions will appear randomly from various concepts and not in any particular order. This Mock exam however is not timed. You may answer one question at a time and review answer explanations as you make progress. This will help you continue to strengthen your understanding of all the concepts, you have learned thus far.
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What are the collection requirements for the storage and collection of recyclables in a building?
What is a financial benefit of implementing an occupant recycling program?
What are examples of waste diversion for construction waste management? (Choose 2)
A project being certified under LEED for Existing Building Operations and Maintenance would have what ongoing features that a new construction project would not? (Choose 2)
What provides detailed information on the chemical composition, health effects, safety procedures, and other characteristics of products and materials?
The choice of a building material used for a project should be determined by what criteria? (Choose 3)
A product which comes with an ISO 14044 certification would contribute to what credit area?
What are the environmental benefits of using salvaged wood flooring in a residential project?
What statement is true regarding products used to earn LEED credits?
Which items are considered pre-consumer recycled items?
Which of the following is used to determine if a product is pre-consumer or post-consumer recycled content?
Which of the following are strategies to reduce construction waste?
Which of the following is not a strategy to reduce construction waste?
LEED requires which of the following to be done in order for a project to earn certification? (Choose 2)
A building owner for a new 10-story office building will occupy six floors. What LEED rating system would be most appropriate for the owner’s interior fit-out of the six floors?
What logo is used to designate membership with USGBC?
What should the project team do with the LEED Score Card once it has been completed for a new construction project?
Where should a project team go for updates and errata for the LEED for New Construction rating system?
What are acceptable ways to reference a LEED Registered Project? (Choose 3)
What minimum floor area is needed for New Construction, Core and Shell, Schools, Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance projects?
For a building project, when does the life cycle approach begin?
What does ASHRAE 62.1-2010 specify?
What is an example of adaptive reuse?
What organization publishes lighting design and illumination standards?
What term refers to a mandatory project characteristic, measurement, quality, value or function as identified within the LEED rating system?
How many categories are in the LEED Rating Systems for commercial projects?
What LEED rating system addresses exterior site maintenance programs?
What may happen if a project does not comply with the minimum program requirements?
What is one of the goals of filling in the LEED Score Card?
What does the built environment refer to?
Which of the following are NOT soft costs?
A potential LEED project could be certified under either LEED for Existing Buildings or LEED for New Construction. How should the project team decide which rating system to use? (Choose 2)
What is a way LEED encourages the purchase and use of low-emitting and fuel-efficient vehicles?
What are heat islands?
What is integrated pest management?
How can the heat island effect on the roof of a building be reduced?
A project will include underground parking. This change can have a positive impact on what issue?
What is an example of a basic service?
What would contribute to Surrounding Density & Diverse Uses? (Choose 2)
Parking lot lighting that flows over into a park next to the project is an example of:
Which of the following is a strategy to prevent rainwater runoff?
The use of a brownfield site can enhance a community. What must occur for a brownfield site to be developed?
What is not an example of smart growth?
What aspect of a local community would be of most interest to a project team?
A project team has decided to shrink the building footprint. This change can have a positive impact on what project area?
Average housing density is defined as:
Which of the following is NOT an example of passive design?
A project team is in the process of selecting a site for new office space. What strategy would help the project earn a Location and Transportation credit?
Which site would be considered a greenfield?
What environmental issue is associated with refrigerants used in HVAC&R systems?
What is NOT a natural refrigerant?
What environmental issue is associated with refrigerants used in HVAC&R systems?
Which of the following is a type of natural refrigerant?
Why should building commissioning be performed?
What project areas would you find the use of CFCs in? (Choose 2)
What are the environmental benefits of cogeneration? (Choose 2)
What are the best design strategies for improving indoor air quality during operations and maintenance of a building? (Choose 2)
In cooler climates how can a new building be designed to use no refrigerants?
The type of refrigerant selected for a building will impact what LEED credit categories? (Choose 2)
Collecting and using rainwater to replace potable water use in flush fixtures helps with what project areas? (Choose 2)
What statement is true regarding a facility manager?
How is the documentation for Innovation credits for innovative performance submitted?
How many points would a project earn for having 3 LEED APs as principal participants on a project?
What would not describe a LEED AP?
A project is anticipating earning Innovation for exemplary performance for three different credits. What statement is true about this achievement?
Reducing the heat island effect by installing paving materials with a high SRI can have an impact on credits in what LEED categories? (Choose 2)
What amount of time do people in the United States spend on average indoors?
Bonus points under the LEED rating systems are awarded when what occurs?
What is a stakeholder meeting?
How can project teams be awarded points for innovative performance?
Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding Innovation credits for exemplary performance?
The baseline water use of a urinal is:
What unit of measurement is used for water closets?
What type of fixtures use the least amount of water?
Potable water comes from what sources? (Choose 2)
Harvesting rainwater can help with what project areas?
What variables are used in determining Full Time Equivalent (FTE) calculations?
Fertilized landscape plantings can create new sources of pollution in conventional development if what is not controlled?
Which of the following are not Minimum Program Requirements for a LEED for New Construction project? (Choose 3)
Which of the following is used to draw on the expertise of all LEED team members?
Which of the following is not a benefit of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)?
The intent of this prerequisite is to maximize opportunities for integrated, cost-effective adoption of green design and construction strategies, emphasizing human health as a fundamental evaluative criterion for building design, construction and operational strategies.
What strategy to control and reduce rainwater runoff will hold water and reduce the rate of runoff?
What is the minimum number of professionals that must be included as part of the integrated project team other than the owner or owner’s representative?
The information necessary to accomplish the owner’s project requirements is _________?
Select TWO benefits of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD):
This credit supports high-performance, cost effective project outcomes through an early analysis of interrelationships among systems
Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) are defined by standards set up by: (Choose 2)
This LEED category rewards thoughtful decisions about building location, with credits that encourage compact development, alternative transportation, and connection to amenities.
Designing or locating your project within 200-yards of a bicycle network that connects to 10 diverse uses and a school would earn the project points in which LEED category?
Which of the following includes standards regarding major factors affecting human comfort?
Which of the following is not related to the EQ category? (Choose 2)
Which of the following is related to Construction IAQ Management Plan?
Which of the following is related to ventilation?
Which of the following is related to thermal comfort?
Which of the following can help a LEED BD+C new construction project earn a point?
To minimize building users’ exposure to chemical pollutants and possibly dangerous particulates, a project team should provide hard lid ceilings, deck to deck partitions, and self-closing doors for the following spaces. Choose 3
How can projects reduce sending waste to a landfill? (Choose 2)
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