If I pass the first part (the LEED Green Associate exam) but not the second (the specialty exam), can I call myself a LEED Green Associate?
No. If you pass only the first part of the LEED AP exam, you are not a LEED Green Associate. This is because you applied to be a LEED AP. With that application, you must pass the both parts of the LEED AP exam.
If you would like to earn the LEED Green Associate credential, you must contact customer service with the request. Please note that you will have to agree to the LEED Green Associate Terms and Conditions and CMP requirements.
- Where can I take the LEED AP exam?
- Can I retake the LEED AP exam if I fail?
- If I take the full LEED exam option, do I get a break between the first part and second part of the exam?
- What if I pass only one part of the full LEED exam?
- Can my LEED AP exam score be reviewed?
- Can I see the questions that I missed on the LEED AP exam?
- How is project experience assessed within the LEED AP exam?
- Is LEED addenda included in the LEED professional exams?
- Which LEED AP exam would be most appropriate for me?
- How can I register for a LEED AP exam?
- How do I schedule a LEED AP exam?
- What are the eligibility requirements to sit for the LEED AP with specialty exams?
- How much does it cost to take the LEED AP exam?
- What language(s) is the LEED AP exam available in?
- Once I register for the LEED AP exam, how long do I have to take the exam? Is an extension possible?
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