CLEP Examinations

College-Level Examination Program?

WHAT IS CLEP?

CLEP is a series of examinations that allow individuals to earn college credit for what they know, regardless of where they learned it. CLEP is the most widely accepted credit-by-examination program in the United States.

CLEP exams are all 90 minutes long and are now administered only on computer. Students receive an instant unofficial score report following completion of the exam. The exams are composed of multiple-choice questions. The Freshman Composition with Essay exam consists of a 90-minute multiple-choice section and a 90-minute essay section.

How to study for the CLEP

Visit http://clep.collegeboard.org/ for exam info and to purchase study guides.

Links: Free study guides

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I WANT TO TAKE A CLEP EXAM-WHAT DO I DO NOW?

Visit the office of Testing and Assessment Services or call 405-682-7531 for information on how to register for an examination. For more information on the content and format of any of the CLEP exams, please visit http://www.collegeboard.com/clep.

COST AND SPECIAL POLICIES

Cost per exam is $80 per test. The administration fee is $15.  Twelve credit hours must be completed and earned at OKCCC prior to CLEP exams being entered on transcript and used toward your degree.

Pass any of these 90-minute CLEP Examinations and show how much you really know!

Examination Credits Course Equivalent
Business
Accounting, Principles of 6 hours ACCT 2113 & 2223
Business Law, Intro. to 3 hours BUS 2073
Information Systems & Computer Applications 3 hours CS 1103
Management, Principles of 3 hours MGMT 2053
Marketing, Principles of 3 hours MKT 2043
Composition & Literature
American Literature 6 hours LIT 2773 & 2883
Analyzing & Interpreting Literature 3 hours LIT 2103 Literature
English Literature 6 hours LIT 2543 & 2653
Freshman Composition 3 hours ENGL 1113 w/essay
Foreign Languages
French, Level 1 10 hours FREN 1115 & 1225
French, Level 2 6 hours FREN 2113 & 2223
German, Level 1 10 hours GER 1115 & 1225
German, Level 2 6 hours GER 2113 & 2223
Spanish, Level 1 10 hours SPAN 1115 & 1225
Spanish, Level 2 6 hours SPAN 2113 & 2223
History & Social Sciences
American Government 3 hours PS 1113
Human Growth & Dev. 3 hours CD 1013 or PSY 1003
Macroeconomics 3 hours ECON 2113
Microeconomics 3 hours ECON 2123
Psychology, Intro. 3 hours PSY 1113
Sociology, Intro. 3 hours SOC 1113
United States History I: 3 hours HIST 1483 - Early Colonization to 1877
United States History II: 3 hours HIST 1493 - 1865 to the Present
Western Civ. I: Ancient 3 hours HIST 1613 - Near East to 1648
Western Civilization II: 3 hours HIST 1623 - 1648 to Present
Science & Mathematics
College Algebra 3 hours MATH 1513
Precalculus 6 hours MATH 1533 & 1613
Biology 4 hours BIO 1114
Calculus w/Elem. Functions 3 hours MATH 2104
Chemistry 10 hours CHEM 1115 & 1215