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?
Your teen can earn six or even more college credits by taking a CLEP exam in high school. Check out our guide to find out which CLEP exams are worth the most credit.
Are your teens studying history, government, and economics in high school? They can take the Social Sciences & History CLEP and earn up to six college credits! Read our guide to get started.
CLEP exams are an excellent way for high school students and college students to earn college credit. Check out our comprehensive list of CLEP exams.
Does your teen love math? The College Mathematics CLEP exam is an excellent way for your teen to grow their math skills and earn college credits during high school.
Your teen can earn three college credits for studying American government and the political process! Read our guide on the American Government CLEP exam.
Ready to move on to US History II and earn college credits with CLEP? Learn what your student needs to study to ace this exam in high school.
Interested in taking the Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP exam? Our tips and bonus resources will help you pass the exam with flying colors!
Interested in taking the U.S. History I CLEP exam? Our tips and bonus resources will help you pass the exam with flying colors!
Want to register for a CLEP exam? We've compiled the steps so you can easily get started with earning college credits by exam.
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