You must register/pay for your CLEP test before calling to set up an appointment.
How to register/pay for a CLEP Test:
Please provide primary and secondary forms of identification
The SECONDARY ID must contain either a photo or a signature. Acceptable forms of secondary identification include:
What is CLEP?
The College Level Entrance Examination Program, or CLEP, includes general and subject exams. The general exams cover materials in broad areas such as Natural Science, Social Science, and Humanities. The tests allow an individual to demonstrate his or her level of competency no matter when or how the knowledge was acquired. CLEP subject exams cover material included in a number of relatively standard courses taught in colleges and universities throughout the United States. Some of these exams are accepted at Chemeketa Community College, as well as other colleges across the United States, in lieu of course requirements.
Who can take the exam?
The exams are available to anyone pursuing a college degree. If you have taken a CLEP exam and did not pass, you cannot retest on that particular exam for 6 months.
Where are CLEP exams offered?
At Chemeketa, the exams through Testing Services
Chemeketa is an "open" test site which means students do not have to be enrolled in Chemeketa to sit for an exam. There are other sites across the United States.
What is Chemeketa's college CLEP code number?
The CLEP Code is required for taking CLEP Exams or having transcripts sent to a college.
How much does it cost?
There are two fees: $80 per exam to CLEP, and $35 per exam fee to Chemeketa.
An examinee can pay CLEP by -
An examinee can pay Chemeketa by
What are the restrictions regarding granting of credit?
Candidates are not eligible to receive credit for an exam if -
How do I obtain CLEP scores?