LEED AP O+M Exam Prep
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The LEED AP O+M Exam
The LEED AP O+M exam will test you on the best practices for operating and maintaining a green building. There are 100 multiple-choice questions on this exam, which you’ll take at a Prometric Testing Center. While the Green Associate exam tests general green-building knowledge, this AP exam is much more specific and focuses on the thresholds required to earn LEED O+M certification for your existing buildings. It is a closed-book professional credential exam.
There are three types of questions that you will encounter in the LEED AP O+M exam. They are:
- Recall – these questions require memorization of key LEED v4 terms, especially terms relating to the operation and maintenance of green buildings
- Application – these questions ask the candidate to solve a problem in a scenario-based format
- Analysis – these questions offer the candidates a complex scenario with multiple components, and assess the candidate’s ability to understand the relationships between the components and the synergies between different solutions
LEED AP O+M Knowledge Domains
As with all LEED credential exams, content is drawn from knowledge domains, which reflect the rating systems’ credit categories and what you need to know. Here’s the breakdown for the LEED AP O+M exam:
- LEED Process (12 questions)
- Location and Transportation (5 questions)
- Sustainable Sites (9 questions)
- Water Efficiency (13 questions)
- Energy and Atmosphere (21 questions)
- Materials and Resources (10 questions)
- Indoor Environmental Quality (15 questions)
(There are 15 beta questions in each exam that are not scored, bringing the question total to 100.)
Is LEED AP O+M Right for you?
If you still have questions about which LEED AP credential to pursue, check out our GBES blog on the most common types of professionals who earn the LEED AP O+M. Does this path make sense for your green building career?