Understand the different types of test centers so you can select one that's right for you.
When a test center appears in your search results, you will see a box containing a label such as Limited, Public, DANTES-Funded, or On Base. Here’s what each of those labels means:
Limited: Limited test centers test only those students admitted to or enrolled at that specific institution.
Public: Public test centers test any student who registers and pays the administration fee, including military service members.
DANTES-Funded: DANTES-funded test centers are college and university test centers that waive their administration fee for eligible service members and civilians whose exam fee is funded by DANTES.
On Base: On-base test centers provide testing to eligible service members and civilians who are authorized to enter a military installation.
Contact the test center to schedule your exam.
The test center's website and phone number will appear along with its name and address in your search results. CLEP exams are not given on specific dates but can be arranged any time, at the discretion of the test center. Test centers typically charge an administration fee, which you can find out from them when you call.
Go to your My Account portal and print your ticket.
After you've made arrangements with the test center to take your test, go into the My Account portal and print your registration ticket. Write the test center address, contact information, and exam appointment details in the spaces provided on your ticket. Bring this ticket with you on exam day.