The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a credit-by-examination program that measures a student's level of comprehension of introductory college-level material and consecutively earn college credit. This program was created by the College Board to allow students to demonstrate college-level achievement through a series of exams in undergraduate college courses. College credit will be awarded to passing scores.
For more information about this examination program, visit the College Board CLEP webpage.
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