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Schools and Districts Can Access CLEP Scores Online

To streamline the way score data is delivered and to ensure the accuracy and security of students’ CLEP exam scores, CLEP score reports are now available through the College Board K–12 score reporting portal.

This password-protected site lets K–12 professionals view and analyze student scores and download data files for the SAT Suite of Assessments and now CLEP. This site uses a College Board professional account that’s separate from the CLEP Resource Portal, CLEP eLearning System, and the testing platform.

Score Availability

Using the new online institutional reporting, schools can receive student score data one business day after students test, except for CLEP exams that require essays. Scores for exams with essays are available 2–3 weeks after testing. Student score data can be exported into a .csv file through the portal.

Score Data

CLEP institutional reports include score information for students who took a CLEP exam during the academic year (e.g., July 2019–June 2020).

The reporting portal will display CLEP scores for the following academic years:

  • July 2017–June 2018 
  • July 2018–June 2019
  • July 2019–June 2020

Scores from the 2020–2021 academic year will be added in September 2020, after which we’ll stop emailing score reports to high schools and districts. Moving forward, schools must log in to the K–12 score reporting portal to access their students’ scores.

Here's what you need to know to access the K–12 score reporting portal and run CLEP score reports.

If Your School or District Is New to the K–12 Score Reporting Portal

If no one at your school has ever accessed the K–12 reporting portal, email [email protected] with "K–12 Reporting Portal - Access Code" in the subject line, and we'll send a code to give you initial access to the Managing Access tool, which allows users to assign and manage access to the K–12 reporting portal.

To use the Managing Access tool, you'll need to first log in to your College Board professional account.

Once you have an access code, follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to your College Board account or create a new one by going to the professional dashboard.
  2. Click General under the heading Add Additional Tools and Services.
  3. Click Get Access next to Managing Access to support K–12 Assessment Reporting.
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  1. On the next screen, enter your institution and access code. The access code is valid only for the institution specified.
  2. After you enter the access code, you’ll see the Managing Access tool listed under the My Tools and Services heading.
  3. Once in the Managing Access tool page, go to the Invite Users tab and enter the appropriate information. Please note you'll need to assign yourself and/or colleagues the Detailed Reports (K-12) role in order to run CLEP reports in the K-12 Portal. If you plan to continue to grant colleagues access to the K-12 Portal, you'll also need to assign yourself the Access Management/DAT (K-12) role. After clicking on the Email Invitation button, you'll receive an email with a link to log in to the K-12 Portal and then you can follow the steps below to run a CLEP report.  

The next time you use the Managing Access tool, just sign in with your College Board account username and password. Use the tool to assign others to the Access Management/DAT role so you have backup—they won't need an access code.

If Your School or District Has an Access Manager

If your school or district has an access manager for the K–12 score reporting portal, contact them and request detailed reporting access for the portal to run a CLEP report. If you're not sure who your school’s access manager is, email [email protected] with "K–12 Score Reporting Portal - Access Manager" in the subject line and we'll send you the information.

When your manager assigns you access, you’ll get an email with an invitation link that will prompt you to sign in to your College Board professional account. Click on K–12 Assessment Reporting on your account dashboard under My Tools and Services and then follow the instructions below to run a CLEP report.

How to Run a CLEP Report (for Schools)

  1. Once logged in to the score reporting portal, go to the black bar at the top and click on the Run CLEP Report button.
  2. You'll then be taken to the CLEP Reports page, which shows the Report Type as CLEP Report and the Academic Year as the current school year. If you’d like to view score data for a different academic year, click on Change next to the current school year and then select from the Academic Year drop-down menu. Only the past 3 academic years will be shown.
  3. Once you’ve selected the appropriate academic year, click on the yellow Run Report button.
  4. A high-level summary will appear at the top of the page, which includes the school year, number of CLEP test takers at the school, number of tests taken, total scores above 50, and the percentage of scores above 50.
  5. You’ll see a table of all students who have taken a CLEP exam during that academic year. The table includes each student’s first name, last name, gender, ethnicity, date of birth, grade, AI code, registration ticket number, when they registered, when they tested, test center name, test center code, test center city, exam subject, and score. The table can be sorted by any of the previously mentioned fields.
  6. The table can also be exported into a .csv file by clicking on the Export button above the table.
  7. To return to the main page, click on K–12 Reporting Portal.

How to Run a CLEP Report (for Districts)

  1. Once logged in to the score reporting portal, follow the steps above to Run a CLEP Report (for Schools).
  2. A high-level summary will appear at the top of the page, which includes the school year, number of CLEP test takers in your district, number of tests taken, total scores above 50, and the percentage of scores above 50.
  3. You'll see a table of all students who have taken a CLEP exam during that academic year. The table includes each student’s first name, last name, gender, ethnicity, date of birth, grade, AI code, registration ticket number, when they registered, when they tested, test center name, test center code, test center city, exam subject, and score. The table can be sorted by any of the previously mentioned fields.
  4. The table can also be exported into a .csv file by clicking on the Export button above the table.
  5. To return to the main page, click on K–12 Reporting Portal.

Important Notes

  • The school year drop-down menu includes the option to choose from the past 3 school years, but you'll only be able to view data from one school year at a time.
  • If your school hasn't tested in the past or hasn't yet administered a CLEP exam for the current school year, no data will be displayed.
  • Data will be refreshed daily, but scores for exams with an essay are available 2–3 weeks after the test date.

If you have questions about your CLEP score report, please email us at [email protected] with "CLEP Institutional Reporting" in the subject line.

Missing Data in CLEP Reports

If your school purchased CLEP vouchers and can confirm your students used one, their score data should be included in your report. But if a student used a voucher from another organization, or paid for their own exam and entered the wrong school name or left the high school field blank when registering for a CLEP exam, their score data won’t be included in your school's CLEP score report. For help getting missing student information, email [email protected] with "Missing CLEP Score Data" in the subject line.

Sorting Data

The score reporting portal doesn't allow users to filter data. However, schools can sort data by any of the fields shown on the CLEP Detailed Roster. If you'd like to filter your school’s data, we recommend exporting the data into a .csv file so you can organize the data according to your school's needs.

Reports for Multiple Academic Years

The K–12 score reporting portal can only run reports for one academic year at a time.

Score Data Dating Back Before the Past Three Academic Years

To get additional CLEP score data, please email [email protected] with "CLEP Institutional Reporting – Older Data" in the subject line. Include your name, title, institution, and email address and specific details about the student score data you're interested in.