Cracking the CLEP 1997

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Random House, Jul 1, 1996 - Study Aids - 300 pages
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The College-Level Examination (CLEP) is used for college-placement or credits, as an admissions criteria for two-year colleges, and for promotion and placement in some government agencies. This book is the first and only updated guide to the CLEP.

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Contents

How to Crack the CLEP General Examination
13
The Princeton Review Sample English Composition Exam
53
Answers and Explanations to the English Composition Exam
77
How to Crack the CLEP General Examination
115
The Princeton Review Sample College Mathematics Exam
137
How to Crack the CLEP General Examination In Humanities
175
Answers and Explanations to the Humanities Exam
215
in Social Sciences
257
Answers and Explanations to the Social Sciences Exam
287
How to Crack the CLEP General Examination
331
CLEP Subject Examinations
405
About the Authors
419
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About the author (1996)

Foglino is a graduate of Columbia University but he remains convinced that he learned everything he ever needed to know in junior high school.

Tom Meltzer has taught for The Princeton Review for over 11 years. He is one of several authors of The Best 331 Colleges and has written numerous tests, manuals and other materials for Princeton Review courses.
Paul Foglino has also taught for The Princeton Review for more than a decade and has authored tests and materials for many of its courses, most recently for the MCAT.
Paul and Tom are also musicians; they perform together in a band called Five Chinese Brothers.

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