CLEP

What is CLEP?

College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) is an exam that gives you the opportunity to receive college credit for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on an exam. 

Who is eligible to take the CLEP?

Anyone with acquired knowledge through independent study, prior course work, on-the-job training, professional development, cultural pursuits, or internships may take the CLEP. 

How much does the exam cost?

The non-refundable CLEP fee is $85.00 per exam. This fee is paid when registering for CLEP online at clep.collegeboard.org/exam

For non-ASU-Beebe students, a $25.00 non-refundable administration fee must be paid on the testing day before the exam will be administered:

  • Beebe Campus: Cashier's Office, State Hall 1st Floor (bring paid receipt to Testing Center)
  • Little Rock Air Force Base Campus (LRAFB): ASU-Beebe, University Center, Suite 115

DANTES-funded military examinees may be eligible for free testing. Talk to the ASU-Beebe LRAFB staff to see if you qualify before registering for an exam.

When is the exam offered?

Multiple testing opportunities are available daily, Monday through Friday. Examinees should call the Testing Center to inquire about testing procedures and schedule a time to take the test. 

How can I register for the exam?

Examinees must complete a CLEP Registration Ticket. Please contact the Testing staff at least one day prior to the desired testing date. 

What time should I arrive to the testing location?

Examinees should arrive at least 15 minutes early for the exam. 

  • Beebe Campus: Owen Center, Room 146
  • LRAFB Campus: University Center, Suite 115

What is the CLEP Test Center Code for ASU-Beebe?

  • Beebe Campus: 6026
  • LRAFB Campus: 1445

Can I transfer my CLEP credits to another school? 

Each school has its own policies regarding CLEP credit. You must contact the receiving institution's Registrar Office or Testing Center for that information. 

How can I prepare for this exam?

Test prep information may be found at clep.collegeboard.org/test-preparation. Students, who have access to the Little Rock Air Force Base Library, may checkout free study materials. 

How long is the exam?

Each CLEP exam takes approximately 90 minutes

What should I bring the day of the test?

  • One current form of ID that includes your photograph and signature
  • Printed valid registration ticket
  • $25.00 administration fee receipt, if applicable

Make sure your name on your ID matches exactly the name on your registration ticket AND administration fee receipt. For a list of acceptable forms of identification, refer to clep.collegeboard.org/exam-day-info

Can I use a calculator?

No, calculators are not allowed on the exam. Paper and pencils are provided upon request. 

When will I receive my scores?

It takes approximately 2-3 weeks for your score to get to your institution. However, you will receive a score report from the test administrator after you complete your exam. If an examinee took English Composition with Essay, the combined score will be mailed after the essay is scored - usually 2-3 weeks after the test date. 

What is the retest policy?

A CLEP with the same title may not be retaken within a 3 month period.

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