CLEP offers computer-based exams in 34 subjects. These 90-minute exams (exams with an essay component take additional time) are administered at our official in house CLEP test center.
Exams are scored immediately upon completion of the exam unless an essay is involved. Essays are scored on a monthly basis, and scores are sent following that process. Students can also view their scores one business day after taking their exam by logging in to the provided web portal.
There are no preset exam administration dates, so exams can be taken year-round when students are ready.
CLEP score results can be sent to one college or university selected during registration. Additional score results can be sent at a later date for a $20 fee.
CLEP and AP are both College Board examinations, but they function very differently. There are no "CLEP Courses" or College Board–developed curriculum. CLEP is meant to assess learning regardless of where that learning occurred.
Students interested in business courses. The business suite of CLEP exams can help students earn credit in introductory business courses.
Students interested in Early Childhood education. We recommend the CLEP exam. Human Growth and Development.
Benefits of CLEP exams
Save time and money in college. With CLEP exams, show what you’ve learned in school or work and earn credit.
CLEP exams help you earn college credit for what you already know at a fraction of the cost.
By receiving a qualifying score on CLEP exams, you can earn college credit, save money on tuition, and enter advanced courses sooner.
How to get started
Check to see if your college(s) of choice accepts CLEP credits here
Work with your teachers to prepare for the exam.
Schedule and take the exam.
Transfer your credits to a participating Higher Education institution.
Enjoy the advantages that CLEP can bring to your overall Higher Education Program.
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