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
I WANT TO TAKE A CLEP EXAM-WHAT DO I DO NOW?
Review the information below. If you have additional questions please visit Testing and Assessment Services or call 405-682-7531. For more information on the content and format of any of the CLEP exams, please visit http://www.collegeboard.com/clep.
The College Board cost per exam is $80 per test and must be paid through the College Board website. There is an additional $15 administration fee that is paid to OCCC. The $15 adminitration fee can be paid online through CASHNET
Students taking CLEP Tests should register with College Board for a specific test BEFORE paying the $15 administration fee or contacting OCCC Testing and Assessment to make as appointment to take the test.
Payment does not reserve a seat for any specific test date. Please contact the Testing and Assessment Office at 405-682-7531 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for a specific test date.
All students taking the CLEP Test must present a photo ID and their CLEP Admissions Ticket for admission to the test. Acceptable ID’s must be original, current (valid) IDs issued by a city/state/federal government agency. The photo must be clearly recognizable as you and the ID must have your signature.
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!
|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|
|College Composition||3 hours||ENGL 1113|
College Composition Modular
Score of 54 + Essay
|3 hours||ENGL 1113|
|Score of 58||3 hours||ENGL 1113|
|Score of 58 + Essay||6 hours||ENGL 1113 & 1213|
|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|