Developing a CLEP Test Center
CLEP exams are administered at over 1,800 college campuses in the United States and abroad. The exams are taken on computers located within test centers. CLEP test centers may be established with two computers or with 50 — as long as you have a designated room for testing and proctors and your computers meet the iBT (Internet-based testing) Test Delivery Requirements (.pdf/102KB). Learn more about test center requirements. Learn more about test center computer configuration options (.pdf/92KB).
As the link between CLEP and students, test centers perform a vital function by providing access to CLEP exams. Through CLEP students can:
- Save money
- Save time
Benefits for Your Institution
On-campus test centers provide an immediate benefit to an institution, offering a way of attracting potential high-achieving students and a source of revenue. Test centers also function as advocates for CLEP, making students, faculty and other administrators aware of CLEP's value as an educational resource.
Access forms and documents used by test-center administrators, faculty, registrars and others responsible for CLEP.
70% of CLEP test-takers said their CLEP credits made a difference in their ability to finance tuition and other fees.
91% of CLEP test-takers said CLEP made a difference in helping them complete their degrees.
92% of institutions offer PLA credits to provide a time-saving avenue for degree completion.
More than 50% of PLA students earned a degree in seven years, compared to 21% of non-PLA students.
Students who receive credit-by-examination through CLEP for an introductory course are much more likely to earn an A or B in subsequent courses than students who complete the introductory course.
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