Understanding the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a standardized, college credit-granting exam program maintained by The College Board. The CLEP offers 33 exams covering material taught in courses that you may generally take in your first two years of college. 2,900 colleges and universities grant credit for CLEP, and each institution determines the exams for which it awards credits, the minimum qualifying score required to get credit, and the amount of credits that will be granted per exam. Before you take a CLEP exam, review the CLEP policy of your college or university. For a full list of exams offered, consult the following link: http://clep.collegeboard.org/exam
Note: Our testing centre does not offer optional essays for CLEP composition and literature exams.
Test takers must first register for an account via the CLEP My Account Registration Portal. You will choose your exam and pay an $87 USD test fee in advance online (you will pay a cash only 75 RM administrative fee per exam taken upon check-in on test day – exact change only).
After you register for your test online, print out your CLEP Exam Registration Ticket(s), and bring it with you on test day. CLEP Exam Registration Tickets must display the exact examination you intend to take. If the examination name on the ticket does not correspond to the exam you plan to take on test day, you will have to complete additional steps on the CLEP website prior to taking your exam which may delay or cancel your appointment.
Make an Appointment
In order to make an appointment at Dalat International School, contact Marsha Yost via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. A maximum of 2 exams can be taken per appointment.