College Board Clep Official Study Guide 2001
College Board, Jun 27, 2000 - College-level examinations - 526 pages
Earn up to two years (60 hours) of credit at more than 2,800 participating colleges and Universities
Every year more and more students save countless hours and dollars through the College-Level Examination Program. These comprehensive examinations are used to award full college credit for demonstrating college-level achievement in a variety of areas and subjects. This official guide developed by the sponsors of the CLEP Exam includes sample questions (and answers) for all
thirty-four examinations--the only guide to do so--as well as a list of study resources and test preparation guidelines.
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