San Diego, CA (PressExposure) December 30, 2008 -- The LEED Exam tests one's knowledge of the LEED Reference Guide, a textbook-like publication by the United Stated Green Building Council. The Reference Guide details the LEED Rating System which was developed to implement and market various green building strategies around the world. These strategies include approaches involving site selection, water efficiency, energy & atmosphere, materials & resources, indoor environmental quality, and innovation in design.
The Reference guide, which is over 400 pages long, can be very intimidating and tedious to learn, often leaving people uncertain about their knowledge of the material for the exam, which can ultimately lead to failure. Thankfully, Patrick Flynn, LEED AP and founder of Intheleed.com, has made the Reference Guide much easier to understand and absorb.
Features of Intheleed.com are as follows:
>>Credit Summaries - Each and every prerequisite and credit that is in the LEED Reference Guide is outlined and summarized to include exactly what is necessary to pass the LEED exam. Each credit is broken down into smaller sections including the Intention, Implementation and Strategies, Referenced Standards, Exemplary Performance, and Submittal Phase, which make the information much easier to handle. Patrick also provides tips within the outlines which highlight parts that are especially important to know for the exam, based on his own test taking experience.
>>Helpful Tips, Tricks and Charts - Intheleed.com also has a vast section dedicated to tips and tricks for information that is crucial to understand in order to pass the LEED AP Exam. The information in the Reference Guide is broken down into easy to memorize charts, which make memorization much easier. Also included are a number of tips, including how to answer particular types of exam questions, to what to do right before an exam.
>>Open Communication Between Readers - The blog-like format of Intheleed.com allows reader to easily ask questions, leave comments, and answer questions, which everyone else can read. It is very common to see a discussion going on between three or four different people from all parts of the world. Intheleed.com brings the entire world together to tackle and understand LEED in a whole new fashion. Recent discussions are always highlighted on the front page.
>> Free and Quality Information - All credit summaries, tips, tricks, charts and discussions are free to use by all. Everything on Intheleed.com is public and does not require any email or password submission to access. In addition, the information that is provided on Intheleed.com is constantly being updated to provide users with the best and most relevant information for anyone to study from.
>>One on One Support - Intheleed.com provides easy access to a contact form that can be used to ask a question directly to Patrick Flynn himself. He takes time out of the day to answer each and every inquiry, if possible.
>>The LEED AP Walkthough - Intheleed.com also features the latest and greatest electronic study guide that can be used at home without the need for connection to the internet. Not only does The LEED AP Wakthrough provide even more and better organized information than on Intheleed.com, but it is the least expensive LEED Exam study guide on the market.
Intheleed.com's main primary objective is to guide and support those who are studying for the LEED AP Exam. With the quality of information and support from both fellow test takers and it's founder, it's no wonder why more than half of it's visitors are loyal, returning readers.
So if you're thinking about taking your LEED exam, take your studying to a whole new level by using the free information on Intheleed.com.