Read this document to learn about the College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP), created by the College Board, includes standardized tests that measure how much you know about certain academic subjects. Students can earn college credits by earning a qualifying score on their CLEPs in topics including:
Composition and Literature
History and Social Sciences
Science and Mathematics
No coursework is required. Completion of the exam and qualifying scores allow a student to earn college credit, as well as to save time and money.
Colleges and universities have determined which scores may be applied to the requirements for their degree programs, so you are encouraged to check scores at the institution(s) you may attend.
Next Steps: Review the College Board website for more information. Then, check your credits using the credit check tool inside the portal.