What is CLEP
CLEP is a series of examinations that allow individuals to earn college credit for what they know, regardless of where they learned it. CLEP is the most widely accepted credit-by-examination program in the United States.
CLEP EXAMINATIONS ARE ALL 90 MINUTES LONG, except for College Composition. The College Composition exam is composed of a 50-minute multiple-choice section and a 70-minute online essay section scored by CLEP, for a total of 120 minutes. For more information, click here!
I want to take a CLEP Exam – what do I do now?
- Check our CLEP Test Schedule. Exams are scheduled three to five times a month.
- Register for CLEP, go to the College Board Log-in page. If you have taken the SAT Test in years where registration was online, that user name and password can be utilized to register for CLEP Testing. For first time registrations, please input your name as it appears on the photo ID you plan to use when coming to test. Print your “Registration Ticket” to bring on the day of the test. Note: Until further notice you will need to either fax the ticket to 973-300-2373 or email ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org with your choice of dates according to the schedule provided above no later than one week prior to your chosen test date. Please provide us with a phone number where you could be reached in case of test schedule changes.
For more information on the content and format of any of the CLEP exams, please visit http://clep.collegeboard.org/.
What to bring to your CLEP Exam:
1) One form of government issued Photo ID. The ID must include the candidate’s name, signature, and a recognizable photograph.
Examples include: Current Passport, Valid driver’s license, State or Province ID issued by DMV, Military ID, National ID, or Tribal ID.
3) $30. Proctor Fee.