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About the College Level Examination Program

The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) helps students get credit for college depending on what they already know. The CLEP program is recognized by 2,900 universities and colleges, and offered at more than 1800 testing centers.

The CLEP program offers 33 exams in five different subjects. The exams cover material given in first- and second-year college courses. If you already have some skills and knowledge, CLEP can help you save time and money.

The program is not available in high schools, and students are expected to register for CLEP and independently take the test.

Reasons you should take CLEP Exams

  • Save money: earning college credit will save thousands of dollars in textbooks and tuition expenses.
  • Get college credit: you are eligible to earn three or more college credits for every CLEP exam passed.
  • Save time: CLEP course will get you exempted from introductory classes in college and jump into more advanced courses.

Who can Earn CLEP College Credits?

  • Returning and traditional college students.
  • Active duty military service veterans, dependents, and members.
  • Native speakers that wish to advance their language grasp.
  • Students who need open elective units or lower-division credits.
  • Master’s degree applicants looking to fulfill prerequisites for undergraduate.

Eligibility for the CLEP

Students and residents who are in high school, Liberty University Online, home school, and students from other institutions are eligible for the CLEP test.

Furthermore, students who scored in or above the 75th percentile on the ACT or SAT are likely to meet the minimum scores by Liberty University online.

Retaking the CLEP

There is a 90-day waiting period to retake the CLEP.

Candidate may use credits under the course repeat policy for grades F and D only. All attempts on courses will count on the final GPA until one earns grade C, where only the final one will be taken into account. Earning an acceptable score of CLEP in courses in which one had earned grades F or D will see the CLEP recorded and grades D or F disregarded in the final GPA.

How the Test is Administered.

CLEP is a computerized test offered online.   How to take a Computer Test

Scoring

Regardless of a candidate’s area or subject matter, all the CLEP tests are scored on a 20 to 80 scale. To calculate the overall score, a college board identifies a scaled score and a raw score. Raw scores give a single point to each correctly answered question, while the scaled score is based on the other candidates on the same test.

Candidates receive an unofficial score immediately after completing the test. Official scores are processed in 4 to 6 weeks.

College Level Examination Program FAQ

Any student register by logging into the College Board to purchase exams and participate. There is no minimum age.
We recommend contacting your admission desks for acceptance policies of CLEP. The CLEP is accepted at 2900 institutions.
Except for Composition Tests, all other tests are graded automatically, and you are given an unofficial score instantly. The official results are sent 2 to 3 weeks after the test date. The composition CLEP usually requires 3 to 4 weeks for results to be processed.
The cost for the CLEP test is $72; however, most colleges require candidates to pay a nonrefundable admission fee, which ranges from $15 to $25.
Candidates are required to choose one college as a recipient of the score. A single score report will be mailed to the selected college at no cost. However, transcripts may be mailed to the selected college at an additional fee of $20 for every transcript. Transcripts are kept on the file for a maximum of 20 years.

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