The College Board administers the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) to give students an opportunity to demonstrate undergraduate-level understanding of core subjects. Most of the universities and colleges in the United States will reward qualifying scores on the CLEP exams with college credit. There are 34 examinations in the current battery, running the gamut from Psychology to Precalculus, from Spanish to Information Systems and Computer Applications. The CLEP exams only cost $70 and take a few hours to complete.
If you are unsure whether your college or university will accept CLEP scores in lieu of coursework, you should consult the on-line listings at the College Board website or contact the appropriate admissions office or academic advisor. The CLEP is administered throughout the year at testing centers around the world. This program of exams is especially recommended for active military personnel who are seeking to move towards a college degree while serving our nation around the world. The College Board has arranged for the CLEP exams to be administered at United States military bases around the world. In addition, the exams are free to active duty and reserve members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. Veterans of these military organizations may be eligible for reimbursement of CLEP fees from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.
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