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What does Prometric have to do with my LEED professional exam?

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Prometric is the testing administration company that administers the LEED professional credential exams.

Prometric operates a global test center network with over 8,000 testing sites in 160 countries. That means you can take a LEED professional exam almost anywhere in the world.

This is the most important thing for you to know: Prometric handles all details of your exam administration and scheduling.

Here are the moments when you should interact with Prometric.

  • After registering for your exam on usgbc.org/account/credentials, you will be redirected to prometric.com/gbci to schedule your exam date and location.
  • When the exam appointment is scheduled, you will receive a confirmation number onscreen and an email from Prometric. 
  • If you ever need to confirm, cancel (without refund), or reschedule your appointment go to prometric.com/gbci; make sure you have your Prometric issued 16-digit confirmation number.
  • To seek an excused absence for an exam session, contact Prometric’s customer care up to 10 days past the original examination date. You may be excused, and be allowed to retest without charge.

Prometric’s website is available for scheduling, rescheduling, canceling, and confirming exam appointments 24 hours per day.

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