Explore each CLEP exam topic before you register to make sure you're taking the appropriate exam. Each exam costs $89. Keep in mind that test centers or remote-proctored exams may include additional fees.
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The American Government exam assesses an understanding of civics and political process and behavior.
The History of the United States I exam covers U.S. history from early European colonization to the end of Reconstruction.
The History of the United States II exam covers U.S. history from the end of the Civil War to the present.
The Human Growth and Development exam covers theories and research related to physical, cognitive, and social development.
The Introduction to Educational Psychology exam covers cognition, teaching methods, child development, and learning assessment.
The Introductory Psychology exam stresses the basic facts, concepts, and generally accepted principles of psychology.
The Introductory Sociology exam assesses knowledge of material in a one-semester introductory sociology course.
The Principles of Macroeconomics exam covers aggregate demand, aggregate supply, and monetary and fiscal policy tools.
The Principles of Microeconomics exam covers economic principles applying to individual consumers and businesses.
The Social Sciences and History exam covers a wide range of topics from the social sciences and history disciplines.
The Western Civilization I exam covers Ancient Greece, Rome, and the Near East; the Middle Ages; Renaissance and Reformation.
The Western Civilization II exam covers European history from the mid-17th century through the post-Second World War period.
This exam covers American literature from precolonial times to the present.
The Analyzing and Interpreting Literature exam includes questions on passages taken from American and British literature.
The College Composition exam covers material usually taught in a one-semester college course in composition and features essays graded by the College Board.
The College Composition Modular exam is a multiple-choice exam that covers material usually taught in a one-semester college course in composition.
The English Literature exam is primarily concerned with major British authors and literary works.
The Humanities exam tests general knowledge of classical to contemporary literature, art, and music and other performing arts.
The Biology exam covers molecular and cellular biology, organismal biology, and population biology.
The Calculus exam assesses an intuitive understanding of calculus and features 60% limits and differential calculus and 40% integral calculus.
The Chemistry exam covers material usually taught in a one-year general chemistry course.
The College Algebra exam covers material usually taught in a one-semester college course in algebra.
The College Mathematics exam covers material generally taught in a college course for nonmathematics majors.
The Natural Sciences exam covers introductory level topics for nonscience majors surveying both biological and physical sciences.
The Precalculus exam tests students' knowledge of specific properties of many types of functions.
The Financial Accounting exam focuses on the skills and concepts taught in an introductory financial accounting course.
The Information Systems exam covers material usually taught in an introductory business course.
The Introductory Business Law exam covers contracts, the history and sources of American law, and other topics.
The Principles of Management exam requires knowledge of human resources and operational and functional aspects of management.
The Principles of Marketing exam covers consumer and organizational markets, marketing strategy, and the marketing mix.
The French Language exams measure skills acquired from multiple semesters of studying French.
The German Language exams measure skills acquired from multiple semesters of studying German.
The Spanish Language exams measure skills acquired from multiple semesters of studying Spanish.
The Spanish with Writing exams measure skills gained from taking multiple semesters of Spanish, with an emphasis on listening, reading, and writing.