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CLEP (College-Level Examination Program)

If you have not completed the adequate amount of undergraduate course work for your pending degree you can receive undergraduate credit by taking the CLEP (College-Level Examination Program) tests.

CLEP is the most widely accepted credit-by-examination program in the country.

More than 2,900 accredited institutions of higher education award credit for satisfactory scores on CLEP examinations.

The tests are a "series of examinations, each 90 minutes long, that allow you to demonstrate your knowledge in a wide range of subjects."

If you are planning on taking a CLEP test, the math and foreign language exams, please see reverse side for specific requirements.
 
CLEP Test Information:

General Information

Clep Exams

Preparation Resources


Testing Centers

Registration


What your CLEP Score Means

Additional Questions:
E-mail clep@info.collegeboard.org or call (800) 257-9558