If your teen is serious about earning a college degree without student loans, help them consider creative ways for earning college credit that they can begin at home.
When it comes to studying world religions, having a Christian worldview is imperative. These resources can help provide a solid foundation of truth while studying various belief systems.
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Which colleges and universities accept CLEP credit? Here's a short (but long) list of universities and their CLEP policies.
You can’t let nerves hold you back. Here are four quick tips for calming down and getting your nerves in check before your next exam.
High school students do sometimes fail CLEP exams. If your teen has recently failed a CLEP exam, follow these tips to ensure a more successful retest.
Is your teen taking CLEP exams during high school for college credit? Discover six ways that parents can support their teens who are taking CLEP exams.
Before registering for a CLEP exam, make sure it is not a waste of time or money. These questions can help you and your teen make the decision.
When a student finishes a CLEP exam at a CLEP testing center, they receive a print-out with their CLEP score. But what does this score actually mean? Does it automatically award you college credit?