4 Steps to Passing the CLEP 1

Passing the Clep: 4 StepsWhat is a CLEP test?

CLEP is the acronym for College Level Examination Program. This program is run by College Board, the same company that produces the SAT. CLEP tests give you college credit for knowledge you already possess. Whether you have learned a skill through on-the-job training, an internship, of independent study, you can easily verify your knowledge with a CLEP test. These 90 minute long tests cover topics ranging from foreign languages to college mathematics.

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One comment on “4 Steps to Passing the CLEP

  1. Reply the weakonomist Mar 11,2009 6:07 AM

    I studied for and took the CLEP for American History 1865-Present. My advisor told me wrong on the number of credits I needed and I had to take the test for some credits to graduate. I passed with just two weeks of studying. It is not easy by any stretch, however it is cheaper than taking a class. Just make sure you have a foundation on the subject first.

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