ABOUT THE CLEP EXAMINATIONS
The CLEP Examination is a college-credit by examination, iBT (Internet Based Testing) program. The computer -based exams consist of multiple choice questions; the number of questions will vary for each examination. The exams are usually two (2) hours in length. Students can demonstrate their knowledge of course content and obtain college credits by successfully completing the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) at La Salle University.
Students who fail a course, either at La Salle or another university/college, cannot take a CLEP Examination for that same course. Students who have a grade “D” or better or a “P/F” (pass/fail) in a course taken either at La Salle or another university/college cannot take a CLEP Examination for that same course.
Students who do that pass a CLEP Examination must wait three (3) months to retake the same CLEP Examination.
La Salle University is a “limited” testing center, which means that it is available only to enrolled La Salle students. La Salle offers 29 CLEP subject examinations. La Salle’s CLEP Testing Center is located on the Main Campus. Students interested in taking a CLEP Examination at La Salle or elsewhere, must obtain the signature of approval on the CLEP Application form that can be printed from this CLEP Web site. CLEP Application forms can also be obtained on the 1st floor of the Medical Office Building Suite 112 – Chew Avenue and Penn Blvd. (Main Campus).
La Salle students interested in taking a CLEP Examination should visit the College Board’s Web site at http://clep.collegeboard.org/started to learn more about CLEP Examinations and CLEP study materials. Students can also find CLEP study materials at http://rea.com/clep.
Please Note: The CLEP information listed on the College Board’s Web site is different from the requirements for the CLEP Examination and Administration policies of La Salle University. La Salle students must follow the CLEP policies and procedures listed on this Web site.