The award of units based on the demonstration of knowledge as assessed on an examination. Examples of approved examinations include Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, CLEP, and DANTES.
Students enter an advanced level course or receive credit upon satisfactory completion of a comprehensive examination or upon certification of mastery. (Daniel and Cox, 1988)
An award of academic credit and placement based on examination scores.
You may receive credit by examination for most courses at Berea. There are three options for receiving credit by examination. Students are encouraged to take advantage of any of these that may be appropriate. They are: CEEB-Advanced Sanding Examination Program: Students who were enrolled in CEEB-AP programs in high school should have scores submitted to the Berea College Office of Academic Services, CPO 2205. Berea College Advanced Standing Examination: Students may request that an "advanced standing" examination be given for most courses offered at the College. The exceptions are Senior Requirement and GSTR 232. Studio courses in Art (Painting, Drawing, Design, etc.) may be waived or credit gained by presenting a portfolio of work to the Art faculty for review. To apply for an advanced standing examination, you may obtain an application form from the Student Service Center (or the Art Department for Art Studio). CLEP-College Level Examination Program: Students who have taken CLEP examinations should have scores sent to the Office of Academic Services, CPO 2205.
credit earned by advanced standing examination.
The award of credit based on the demonstration of knowledge as assessed on an examination. Examples of this include Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, CLEP and DANTES programs.
Credit received when a student takes an oral or written examination without registering for a course.
A program through which many colleges grant course credit based on results of the dvanced lacement Tests ( AP), the CEEB ollege- evel xamination rogram ( CLEP).