CLEP


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CLEP

(klɛp) Trademark.
College Level Examination Program.
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For example, more than 2,900 colleges accept CLEP credits, and most institutions accept AP or IB test results for credit.
Dhanda (computer science, Middlesex County College) presents an exam preparation guide for undergraduate students wishing to take the College Board's College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) information systems and computer applications test to test out of and gain credit for introductory business information systems courses.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale (2012) notes that credit for work experience, DANTES, CLEP, Advanced Placement, military credit, and proficiency examination credit awarded by an accredited senior-level institution may be counted toward degree requirements (Southern Illinois University Carbondale, 2012).
Though I never attended college during my active-duty tour, I earned credit toward a diploma in public affairs by completing on-the-job training and passing two CLEP tests after a persistent education clerk got me to try them.
"CLEP is another resource that can be a useful for Sailors pursuing a college degree.
Then one day we overshot the turn-off for football traffic and discovered the Clep, which has now become our Dundee HQ (Heavy Quaffing).
Currently, there are options for streamlining coursework at the university level by credit through examination, such as the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP; College Entrance Examination Board, 2002).
Two programs administer tests by which individuals can earn 'college credit without attending class: The CollegeLevel Examination Program (CLEP) and the Proficiency Examination Program operated through the American College Testing Program (ACT-PEP).
The New York State Department of Health's Clinical Laboratory Evaluation Programme (CLEP) regulates and oversees clinical diagnostic laboratories that test specimens from New York State residents, including Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs).
in Logistics and Management in just under a year by taking accelerated courses and College Level Equivalency Program (CLEP) at Park College in 1996.
He was an innovative administrator and educator who established and was the first director of the counseling center, designed the first off campus Masters degree program at Fort Devens for military personnel, developed and implemented the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) in Worcester, and created the college's first diagnostic testing and developmental skills programs for freshmen.