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Impressive Approach to Spend Less on College and University Tuition Costs

Updated on March 26, 2018

College Students

College Students
College Students

Saving Money on Education Expenses

With both the sky-rocketing costs of higher eduction institutions, combined with the pressure to fund those expenses, today's college students are more than ever, hunting for imaginative approaches to gain access to their college or university education. Living expenses and textbooks are costs that can really rack up a noticeably high bill easily, but there are some powerful possibilities to save money on school costs.

Have you ever thought, or heard of taking CLEP test exams? The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) honors school credit at more than 2,900 U.S. universities and colleges, for establishing proficiency in a subject, by way of a computer-based test.

Through getting a satisfactory score on the test, a person may earn the same quantity of credits as a student that successfully completed the identical program at that institution. You’ll want to examine the various policies of the specific school you are enrolled in (or plan to be) however because schools may differ in their policies concerning CLEP tests.

CLEP Test Subjects

CLEP Test Topics: 

  • Business 
  • Financial Accounting 
  • Introductory Business Law 
  • Information Systems and Computer Applications 
  • Principles of Management 
  • Principles of Marketing 
  • American Literature 
  • College Composition and College Composition Modular 
  • Analyzing and Interpreting Literature 
  • English Composition 
  • English Literature 
  • Freshman College Composition 
  • Humanities 
  • Science and Mathematics 
  • Foreign Languages 
  • French Language (Levels 1 and 2) 
  • German Language (Levels 1 and 2) 
  • Spanish Language (Levels 1 and 2) 
  • American Government 
  • Human Growth and Development 
  • Introduction to Educational Psychology 
  • Introductory Psychology 
  • Introductory Sociology 
  • Principles of Macroeconomics 
  • Principles of Microeconomics 
  • Biology 
  • Calculus 
  • Chemistry 
  • History of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877 
  • History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present 
  • Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 
  • Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present 
  • College Algebra 
  • College Mathematics 
  • Natural Sciences 
  • Precalculus 


Specifics About The CLEP TEXT

The exam itself requires about 90 minutes in time, and most are in a multiple choice structure, while some do include other formats of test questions. The fee to take a CLEP assessment at this time is $72.00 USD. Presently, there are several tools available for college students, in the form of review guides, community groups, and even web based exercise exams to improve your passing of the CLEP test.

Look at this potential situation: if someone takes 5 or 6 weeks on CLEP study, and pass two examinations, they could earn a semester's value of college credits. Break that down to a cost of $20,000 annually, those same educational costs will be cut in half and you're looking at a cost savings of $10,000, This is no small change we're talking about here!

Do some research on your own, try testing in your areas of strength in one or two subjects, to begin with. If you don’t pass these, go back again and do more studying, and then retest until you pass. Precede to your 3rd most effective subjects, but increase your study time before attempting the next exam.

You can possibly end up finding some college peers who might be part this CLEP effort, to improve each others' chance of success, and shorten your time needed in classes. The bottom line is it allows a student to significantly spend less money on your educational tuition prices in an effective way!

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