The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a standardized, college credit-granting exam program maintained by The College Board. The CLEP offers 33 exams in five subject areas, covering material taught in courses that you may generally take in your first two years of college. Most CLEP exams are designed to correspond to one-semester courses, although some correspond to full-year or two-year courses.
Visit the official CLEP site at clep.collegeboard.org. To download the official CLEP candidate information guide, click here. For test dates and fee information, continue reading below.
Since all colleges and universities have different policies regarding CLEP credit, test candidates should confer with their academic advisors prior to scheduling an appointment for a CLEP exam.
If you are a Bridgewater State University student, check with your academic or faculty advisor first to be sure the CLEP exam you wish to take fits into your degree audit. BSU Testing cannot provide advice on which CLEP to take; it is the test candidate's responsibility to choose the appropriate exam.
For a complete list of CLEP exams that grant BSU credit, click here to download our BSU CLEP credit table.
CLEP exams are offered six days a week, Monday through Saturday, at any point during our office hours. Reschedule requests must be made at least 48 hours prior to your test time. You can schedule an exam in the following ways:
CLEP exams cost $115 each, due when you arrive to take the exam. For payment, we accept:
Last Modified: November 8, 2012