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WELL AP v2 Exam Prep Now Available!

Add the new and impressive WELL AP credential to your resume with GBRI's help

We are confident you will pass your WELL AP exam by following our recommended roadmap.  So confident, in fact, we’re backing it up with a money-back guarantee!  Receive a full refund on your exam prep if you do not pass your exam.* Let GBRI help you take your career to the next level with your satisfaction guaranteed.A WELL AP credential distinguishes building professionals who have in-depth knowledge of the WELL Building Standard, building codes, and standards in the sustainability industry. Standout from the crowd with the new WELL AP credential. With GBRI’s Study Materials, earn your WELL AP in as little as 5 weeks. Based on your schedule and preferences, attend live exam prep sessions online OR utilize self-paced, online, on-demand exam prep modules for your convenience.*Some conditions do apply.  Registrants must complete the entire exam preparation package and recommended roadmap, as well as successfully pass all mock exams prior to taking the WELL AP exam.  Should all measures be taken as advised and the registrant not pass the exam, GBRI will refund charges for the exam preparation package purchased.  Documentation of exam date and score are required.We also offer student, military, group, small business, and corporate discounts. Contact us at pathway@gbrionline.org for more information.

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Questions And Answers

The WELL Building Standard (WELL) focuses on the people in the building. The WELL Building Standard places human health and comfort to the forefront of building practices and reinvents buildings that are not only better for the planet, but also for the people. This is the first standard of it’s kind that focuses solely on the health and wellness of building occupants.

Other than being administered by GBCI, WELL and LEED are both independent building rating systems. LEED focuses on sustainability as it pertains to the building environment along with occupant comfort. On the other hand, WELL focuses solely on the health and wellness of building occupants. WELL complements LEED and other rating systems geared towards environmental sustainability.

A WELL AP is a professional who possesses the knowledge and skills necessary to support the WELL certification process.

GBRI’s Study Guide and On-demand Modules are both standalone exam prep resources. Depending on your preference or learning style, you may choose one over the other. You don’t need both, the study guide and on-demand modules. However,  you may use the study guide to compliment the on-demand modules. For example, you could start with the on-demand modules and use the guide to review what you learned or vice versa. While reviewing, pay close attention to underlined text in your study guide. Take the practice exams after completing each module/knowledge, domain/concept, and review answer choices to identify topics that may need additional attention. You may also utilize the concept matrix as a learning tool.

Step 1 – Sign-up for a FREE WELL online account @ wellonline.wellcertified.com

Step 2 – Register for the exam by paying applicable fees

Step 3 – Schedule the exam through Prometric

The fee varies based on your location, your organization’s USGBC member status, and your LEED accreditation status. In the U.S. the fee is $299 and $99 for students.

The questions within the WELL AP Exam test candidates’ abilities to recall factual information learned from the WELL standard guide, identify a solution for a scenario or problem given in a question, and analyze the relationship or interaction between multiple elements of the rating system.

The exam is similar to what we see with the LEED Green Associate, AP, and other credential exams. It is a computer-based, multiple choice exam, that is taken at a Prometric testing center. The exam is 2.5 hours long and contains 115 questions including 15 unscored items. The exam is in English. There are questions that require you to pick multiple correct answers (no partial credit). All items are delivered randomly throughout the exam and candidates are not informed of an item’s status. So candidates should respond to all the items on the exam. The WELL AP exam is scored between 125- 200. You have to earn a 170 or higher to pass and earn your WELL AP.

Before taking the mock exams, we recommend completing the individual concept quizzes after each concept. Once you are done studying the guide, take each of the timed mock exams. Once done, review all answer choices. Use the review process to strengthen what you already know and to fill your gaps. Then retake the mock exams. We recommend scoring more than 90% before moving on to the next mock exam.

Yes. We recommend reading them before you take the mock exams. They are located towards the end of this study guide.

Here are the WELL AP Core Exam Resources from IWBI. 

  1. IWBI Core Resources – https://www.wellcertified.com/toolkits/well-ap
  2. Register for GBRI WELL AP Exam Prep – https://www.gbrionline.org/well-ap-exam-preparation/

One must take and successfully pass the WELL AP exam. Candidates must be 18 years or older. WELL project experience is recommended, however it is not a requirement! Candidates take the WELL Exams at Prometric Centers around the world (just like the LEED exams).

Do you consider yourself a leader in your industry? Are you committed to placing health and wellness at the center of building design and performance? Then the WELL AP credential may be right for you!

Yes. GBRI WELL AP Exam Prep Package offers everything you need to pass the exam.
1. On-demand Audio/Video Modules for each Knowledge Domain/ WELL Concept
2. Standalone Study Guide
3. Practice Quizzes for each Knowledge Domain/WELL Concept
4.  5 Mock Exams
5. Memorization Tools (FREE)

Yes. WELL APs have to complete 30 hours of CE in a 2 year reporting cycle. 6 of those 30 hours have to be WELL specific. A WELL specific course would have an explicit connection to the WELL rating system.

The knowledge domains or concepts are the most important to study for the test. Understanding how many questions you can expect from each knowledge domain or concept will help identify how each section is weighed. This is noted in the beginning of each knowledge domain or concept. At a minimum, identify, understand, and learn the context of each feature, requirement, and path involved. Pay close attention to texts that are highlighted, italicized, and underlined.

Yes, but it’s not memorization alone. Information is hard to remember if it does not make sense. So you need to understand what you are trying to learn and relate it to things you already know from the guide or your current knowledge.

We have identified and listed several memorization techniques within the guide, such as Mnemonics (using the first letter of each word to create an easily remembered phrase or word). Choose the ones that work for you or use them to improvise your own techniques that suit you, as each of us have a different way of learning and recalling information. According to Edward Bolled, “We remember what we understand; we understand only what we pay attention to; we pay attention to what we want.” Some of us identify and attach information to numbers, while some identify them to sound, music, and words. Studies have shown that revision is the key to long term memorization. Add notes or annotate while you read the guide for the first time. Review a concept after you read it once, pay attention to underlined text, and your notes. Review it again before going to bed and again the next day while trying to recall requirements for each WELL feature. Take the practice quizzes. Review your answers and revise the guide as needed. You should review the guide again after 1 day, 3 days, and 1 week. Each time you review, you don’t have to read the whole concept, just focus on key items or underlined texts. You should be able to recall the information needed to pass the test.

You are not required to memorize every single threshold, number, and reference standard. However certain concepts carry more weightage than others. We have identified important ones by highlighting, italicizing, or underlining the texts. Please memorize those.

You are not required to memorize the titles or identification numbers associated with each feature. The features along with their identification number and titles will appear in FULL in your exam questions and answer choices.

Identifying a feature, whether it ‘s a pre-condition or optimization, is important for the exam. There’s an easy way to identify the optimizations within each concept area; we have noted it in the beginning of each concept.

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