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    How much time did you put in studying?
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    Quote Originally posted by Jeff View post
    If anyone is planning to take this in the near (very near) future....PM me. I have an idea that can help you save some money on reference material.
    Jeff,

    Could you send me some information on the reference material for the LEED exam? I couldn't figure out how to PM on this forum. My email address is stevesisu@gmail.com

    Thanks,
    Steve

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    Quote Originally posted by CPSURaf View post
    How much time did you put in studying?
    Way too much. Over 150 hours and counting since mid January. Although I am taking the 2008 New Construction 2.2 exam on 6/30, which requires a lot more to memorize than the Neighborhood Development exam. I also have a horrible short-term memory so I tend to overcompensate like AICP. I will be spending the next week going over WIMSEE, and entering as much credit info by memory into various spreadsheets from IntheLEED.com, and then spending the final week taking practice exams.
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    LEED NC 2008 Study Resources: pass the leed quizes a safe bet?

    I am using both passtheleed (PTL) and greenexamprep. The PTL quizes seem a lot easier, and I am scoring higher. However, almost everyone has been telling me greenexamprep is a safer bet for the 2008 new construction exam. Any input is welcome
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    International approach

    Im studying urban planning in Norway at UMB and Im wondering if you have any thoughts about spreading LEED to countries in Europe?

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    Quote Originally posted by nrschmid View post
    I am using both passtheleed (PTL) and greenexamprep. The PTL quizes seem a lot easier, and I am scoring higher. However, almost everyone has been telling me greenexamprep is a safer bet for the 2008 new construction exam. Any input is welcome

    Some advice.....dont get lulled into a false sense of security because you start to memorize the GEP test questions. I did this, and it almost cost me.

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    I am a sophmore level college student planning to major in Environmental Studies and Planning at Sonoma State University. I am wondering what are some things environmental planners do and how LEED plays into planning. Can some one give me a short summary please? Thanks.

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