CLEP (COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM)
There are currently 34 different CLEP tests on a variety of subjects in the fields of business, composition and literature, foreign languages, history and social sciences, science and mathematics. A passing score on any of these tests can allow you to receive college level credit at more than 2,900 colleges and universities in the United States. You should check with the Office of Academic Success in Suite 301 of Marshall Hall 903.923.2076) for ETBU's exact requirements and participation in this program. The program can actually allow you to get college credit without taking the course. See this website for more information: Collegeboard.com
CLEP examinations are offered by appointment only.
To register for an appointment, contact the Office of Academic Success at 903.923.2078.
$87 per exam paid to CLEP by credit card (preferred) or check.
$20 non-refundable service charge to ETBU (cash or check).
ACE LAB – Jarrett Library.
- Identification Requirements
Each candidate must present two forms of identification. The primary identification must be a government issued photo ID that includes the examinee’s name, signature and current photograph. Acceptable forms of primary identification include:
- A current driver’s license
- A current state or federal identification card
- A current passport
- A tribal identification card
- A naturalization card or certificate of citizenship
The secondary identification must include either a photograph or signature. Acceptable forms of secondary identification include:
- A current employee identification
- A current student identification
- A Social Security card
- A military identification card
- An unused identification from the primary choices listed above
- Additional Information
- Cellular telephones, beepers, cameras, all photographic, communication, computer and electronic devices are strictly prohibited in the testing room.
Food, drinks, gum and candy are not permitted in the testing room.
|AP TEST||Score||Course||Credit Hours|
|American Government||50||Political Science 2301||3|
|History of the United States I||50||History 1301||3|
|History of the United States II||50||History 1302||3|
|Chemistry||50||Chemistry 1311, 1312||6|
|College Algebra||50||Mathematics 1314||3|
|College Composition (with essays)||50||English 1301||3|
|English Literature||50||English 2321||3|
|Financial Accounting||50||Accounting 2301||3|
|Introduction Psychology||50||Psychology 2301||3|
|Western Civilization I||50||History 2321||3|
|Western Civilization II||50||History 2322||3|
|Introductory Sociology||50||Sociology 1301||3|
|Spanish Language||50||Span 1411, 1412||8|
|Spanish Language||63||Span 1411, 1412, 2311||11|
|Spanish Language||73||Span 1411, 1412, 2311, 2312||14|
|French Language||50||Fren 1411, 1412||8|
|French Language||59||Fren 1411, 1412, 2311||11|
|French Language||73||Fren 1411, 1412, 2311, 2312||14|
|Financial Accounting Micro||50||Acct 2301||3|
|Principles of Macroeconomics||50||Econ 2301||3|
|Principles of Economics||50||Econ 2302||3|