CLEP (College Level Examination Program) Exams
All CLEP exams are administered by computer at the Testing Center.
With computerized testing, you receive a score report immediately after taking a CLEP exam. Note: You need to wait a bit longer - about three weeks - to hear the final results if you're taking an exam with a required essay (e.g., College Composition).
Find out more about computerized CLEP testing at: http://clep.collegeboard.org/exam
For information about free CLEP practice tests visit: http://www.cleppracticeprep.com/ or http://www.speedyprep.com/ or http://www.cleptestquestions.com/ or http://education-portal.com/academy/course/index.html?hq_e=el&hq_m=1292132&hq_l=1&hq_v=b6e7d38925 *Note: These sites have no affiliation with the College Board.
UW-Green Bay's Testing Services is an open test center for the CLEP program. We administer all of the exams offered by the CLEP program to anyone. Students may send their scores to any institution that accepts CLEP credit. It is the responsibility of the student to verify an institution's acceptance of an exam before the student registers to take it. A student can not earn academic credit for previous education or life experiences for which credit has already been earned or transferred from another institution. If you have previously taken a course and did poorly in it, you can not take a CLEP exam to try and improve the grade.
CLEP General exams cover material most students complete during the first two years of college. CLEP Subject exams cover material taught in college courses with similar titles. Each exam is 90 minutes long and typically consists of multiple-choice questions, with some exams also requiring an essay.
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Last updated: October 1, 2012