College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a national computer-based credit by examination program. Most exams are timed for 90 minutes. College Composition is timed for 120 minutes, and College Composition Modular is timed for 170 minutes. In addition to the test timing, plan to be at the test center an additional 30-45 minutes for check in and check out procedures, etc.
It is your responsibility to obtain the CLEP credit-granting policy of your college and to determine which CLEP test(s) you wish to take. The CLEP policy for Wayne State University is available at http://www.transfercredit.wayne.edu/tests.php.
CLEP examination names, descriptions and CLEP Exam Study Guides are available at http://clep.collegeboard.org/?affiliateId=rdr&bannerId=clep.
For those testing prior to October 17, 2014, a CLEP examination of the same title may not be repeated within six months of the original test date. For those testing October 17, 2014 or thereafter, a CLEP examination of the same title may not be repeated within three months of the original test date. CLEP scores earned in violation of the CLEP retest policy will be cancelled and test fees forfeited.
If you have a documented disability that requires testing accommodations and wish to take a CLEP exam at our test center, contact Testing, Evaluation and Research Services before creating a CLEP account, processing a registration, or paying any fees.
ON THE DAY OF THE EXAM
Bring with you:
Do not bring aids of any kind (e.g., a calculator). Any aid permitted for your exam (e.g., calculator, periodic table) is included in the test software. Food, beverages, books, papers, cell phones, pagers, digital watches, mechanical pencils, etc. are also not permitted. For a complete list of prohibited items read Information for Test Takers at https://clep.collegeboard.org/exam-day-info. Scratch paper is provided.
WSU EXAMINATION SCHEDULE
HOW TO RESERVE A SEAT FOR A CLEP EXAMINATION AT THE WSU TEST CENTER
This examination is not administer on a walk-in basis. You must register to reserve a seat for the examination at least one business day in advance of the desired test date provided that room capacity has not already been reached. “Standby” registration is not permitted.