Credit by examination comes of age: implications of AP and CLEP for colleges, schools, and students : report of the Colloquium on Credit by Examination at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, on March 7-9, 1979
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Credit by Examination in Historical Perspective
Educational Significance of Credit
Educational Aspects of Credit by Examination
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