When it comes to preparing for exams like CLEP and DSST, it pays to be organized and know the material inside out. These eight websites can help you learn and study so you can rest easy on your exam day.

8 Websites to Help You Study for CLEP & DSST Exams

Khan Academy – Khan Academy offers comprehensive videos and practice quizzes to help with college level mathematics, science, and history tests.

Ted-Ed – A vast and popular YouTube channel covering everything from writing a college essay to quantum physics.

RELATED: Get our free e-book to learn how our family used CLEP exams to save over $300,000 on college degrees!

CK-12 – Free digital textbooks in popular STEM subjects – Astronomy, Chemistry, Algebra, Engineering, and Technology. You could get lost on this site.

Coursera – Online classes in real time with real teachers for free! Browse the catalog for classes that fit your schedule and your interests. Classes are offered on obscure topics, but also history, religion, public speaking, and everything in between.

Harvard College Writing Center – An overview of the college essay, how to cite sources, and strategies for outlining. Perfect for studying for the College Composition CLEP.

Free CLEP Prep – While not as comprehensive as some of the paid sites, this website tells you what to expect for many CLEP and DSST exams, offers all kinds of test-taking tips, study guides, and resources, plus it’s 100% free.

InstaCert – While not a free resource, InstaCert has really thorough online flashcards that can be used for studying, and the forum of test-takers allows you to share knowledge with other people who are preparing for the CLEP exams.

Peterson’s – For a fee, Peterson’s offers full online practice tests for many CLEP and DSST exams. The Peterson’s website also contains a wealth of information about other college and career options.

Dual Credit at Home – Our Study Plans give daily assignments, showing students exactly what to study as they take 13 CLEP and DSST exams. You can learn more about what our program includes here.

RELATED: Learn what you can expect when you take the US History I CLEP exam!

Don’t be intimidated by studying for exams. Check out these great resources and give yourself plenty of time to study and prepare for your dual credit studies. You’re sure to be smiling on testing day!

Get Becky’s Weekly Newsletter on Homeschooling High School

We will never sell or share your email address.