(College Level Examination Program)
Starting January 1, 2014, all Clep exam payments must be made by test-takers online through the My Account registration portal.
The CLEP tests provide an opportunity for students to earn college credit through examination. CLEP exams measure college-level achievement in specific course areas. There are 35 different examinations offered; each with 90 minutes in time limit. CLEP exams are administered using a computer-delivered system. Computerization offers many benefits, including more flexible test scheduling, instantaneous scoring and credit-granting decisions, and enhanced test-development processes. CLEP delivers big savings in both time and money.
Appointments must be scheduled by calling the Testing Office at (903) 434-8273. Examinees will receive unofficial score reports upon completion of each exam. Official score reports are generally received one month following the test dates.
Students must acquire a minimum of 12 hours at NTCC before any CLEP credit will be posted to a transcript.
A candidate cannot sit for a CLEP exam if he/she is enrolled in the course. CLEP credit will not be awarded if the candidate has previously completed or is currently enrolled in the courses for which credit is sought.
Photo ID is required (Drivers License, NTCC ID, or Passport).
The cost of each CLEP exam is $93.00 plus a $30.00 proctoring fee payable to Northeast Texas Community College. Students taking an "optional essay" must pay an additional $10.00 fee payable to CLEP.
The College Board CLEP Official Study Guide can be ordered at https://collegeboard.org at a cost of $24.99. This guide is also available at bookstores and libraries. Individual subject study guides can be downloaded for $10.00 each, and the CLEP Sampler can be downloaded free of charge at the College Board Web site www.collegeboard.com/clep .
CLEP exams accepted by Northeast Texas Community College for college credit is listed below:
CLEP EXAMS ACCEPTED BY
|FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||ACCT 2301||Principles of Accounting I||50|
|BIOLOGY||BIOL 1406 & 1407||General Biology I & II||50|
|INDRODUCTORY TO BUSINESS LAW||BUSI 2301||Business Law||50|
|CHEMISTY||CHEM 1411 &1412||General Chemistry I & II||50|
|INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMPUTER APPLICATIONS||COSC 1301||Microcomputer Application||50|
|Principles of Macroeconomics||ECON 2301||Principles of Macroeconomics||50|
|Principles of Microeconomics||ECON 2302||Principles of Macroeconomics||50|
|College Composition Modular||ENGL 1301||English Composition l||50|
|English Literature||ENGL 2322 and 2323||British Literature I & II||50|
|American Literature||ENGL 2327 & 2328||American Literature I & II||50|
|American Government||GOVT 2305||Federal Government||50|
|U.S. History I: Early Colonization to 1877||HIST 1301||United States History I||50|
|U.S. History II: 1865 to the Present||HIST 1302||United States History II||50|
|Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648||HIST 2321||World Civilization I||50|
|Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present||HIST 2322||World Civilization II||50|
|Humanities||HUMA 1301 & 1302||Appreciation of the Humanities: Pre-Classical to Modern Times||50|
|Calculus||MATH 2413||Calculus I||50|
|Human Growth and Development||PSY 2314||Human Growth & Development||50|
|Introductory Psychology||PSY 2301||Introduction Psychology||50|
|Introductory Sociology||SOCI 1301||Introductory Sociology||50|
(Levels I and II)
|SPAN 1411 & 1412||Spanish I & II||50|