The acronym stands for College Level Examination Program, a national program through which students can obtain college credit in certain areas by taking a comprehensive examination and making a certain score. See also "Testing Out."
College Level Examination Program. National testing that provides academic credit for UMA degree candidates.
College-Level Examination Program. Program of exams in undergraduate college courses that provide students of any age with the opportunity to demonstrate college-level achievement.
A method of obtaining college credit through examination without taking the course.
the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) offers tests for subjects often taken during the first two college years. Many colleges use CLEP scores to award college credit. Some private industries, businesses, and other groups use CLEP scores to satisfy requirements for licensing, advancement, and admissions to training programs.
College Level Examination Program. A series of tests available to students to demonstrate proficiency in various college subjects. CLEP exams may be used to earn college credits for select courses.
College Level Examination Program. CLEP is the most widely accepted credit-by-examination program in the United States today, helping students of all ages earn college degrees faster by getting credit for what they already know. By receiving a satisfactory score, students earn from 3 to 12 college credits toward their college degree for each CLEP taken, depending on the exam subject.
from the College Board. General and subject exams covering material taught in college courses. Credit for courses may be granted to students who achieve specific scores on the exams.
CLEP stands for â€œCollege-Level Examination Program.â€ CLEP exams are distributed by the College Board and can be used to fulfill requirements of your degree. Visit www.collegeboard.com for a list of the CLEP exams offered.
CLEP stands for â€˜College-Level Examination Programâ€™. CLEP exams are distributed by the College BoardÂ© and can be used to fulfill requirements of your degree. To take a CLEP exam, you can visit www.collegeboard.com and view the listing of the exams offered. Check with your advisor to see what exams could work in your degree program. Next, order the materials for the exam(s) you wish to study for. After obtaining study materials, review the content and when you feel comfortable with the course, register to take the exam. There is a registration fee. To earn college credit for the exam, you must earn at least the ACE recommended score (sometimes more depending on your programs requirements).
College Level Examination Placement. A test that a student may take to receive credit for basic college classes (such as introductory English, math, history, science, etc.) without actually having to take the class. Different colleges accept different subjects; for example a school may accept a basic American history test but not the Biology test. Be sure to check with your college before paying for and taking a CLEP test.
College Level Examination program See Prior Learning Assessment.
The Credit Through College Level Examination Program allows advanced students to test out of basic classes or, as college students often say, CLEP out. For instance, if you were a whiz at Spanish in high school, then maybe you can CLEP out of Spanish I and go straight to Spanish II.
College Level Examination Program is a way to evaluate college level knowledge you already have. This test is administered by the College Board, the same friendly folk who offered the SAT. Each college has its own rules about whether it will accept CLEP credits and how many.
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College Level Examination Program. This is a series of tests you may take to demonstrate proficiency in various college subjects. If the test scores are accepted by the college, you will receive 3 to 12 credits per test which will count toward college course credit at your college for various subjects. CLEPs usually cover freshman and/or sophomore courses.
College Level Examination Program. A nationally recognized program through which students can take comprehensive tests to earn college credit. See College catalog for specifics.
The acronym for the College Level Examination Program. CSULB awards course credit when students pass subject tests in specific areas such as chemistry and German.
CLEP stands for College Level Examination Program. This is a series of tests you may take to demonstrate proficiency in various college subjects and receive equivalent college credits for these courses. You can obtain information about the CLEP tests from the Registrar’s Office.
College Level Placement Examination CLEP tests are used by some departments to award graduation credits to students based on their prior knowledge or learning. The student, however, must attain a passing score. The tests are given in the University Advising Center.
College Level Examination Program. UVM considers credit for most of the 30 specific CLEP exams providing the student has not previously attempted a similar course of study at a college level. For more information on CLEP and other advance standing issues visit the Office of Transfer Affairs, 327 Waterman.
College Level Examination Program. A series of exams administered by the College Board. Exams are of two types: General and Course Specific.
The College Level Examination Program by which up to 60 semester hours of credit may be earned towards your degree. Contact Career Services for CLEP applications.
CLEP exams allow a student to take a test to receive college credit for a class rather than register for and take the entire class. Please be aware that the number of credits a student is allowed to "CLEP out of" is limited in most degrees.
College Level Examination Program. A program by which students can earn credit for certain college-level classes by examination. Credit earned or not earned is based on test scores. For example, a score of 46 on the College Spanish CLEP test earns a student credit for SPAN 1001 and 1002. A score of 70 and a passing writing sample will earn a student credit for SPAN 1001, 1002, 2001 and 2002. Each test is $70. Contact the Testing Center at 770-718-3863 for more information.
The College Level Examination Program can be administered to students who desire to obtain college credit by taking proficiency tests in selected courses. If the student scores high enough on the test, college credit can be awarded. There is a charge for each test taken. Information concerning CCC's policies toward CLEP Tests can be found in the CCC Catalog.
Abbreviation for "College Level Examination Program." CLEP refers to a series of tests offered by the College Board that allow students to demonstrate college-level proficiency in a specific subject area, for which over 2,900 postsecondary institutions offer college credit, thereby reducing costs and time to degree completion. CLEP tests, priced at $60 each, are offered in areas such as business, science and mathematics, history and social sciences, foreign languages, and composition and literature. These examinations are founded upon the belief that learning can and does occur outside of a classroom. Go to http://www.elearners.com/guide-to-online-education/distance-learning-best-kept-secret.asp to learn more about CLEP.
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