CLEP College Mathematics
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a set of 33 standardized assessments that assess your understanding of several courses. A passing score on a computer-based CLEP exam can earn you college credit at hundreds of schools and universities.
The CLEP College Mathematics exam assesses your understanding of math concepts typically covered in a non-mathematics college course. It has about 60 multiple choice questions that must be solved in 90 minutes. Some of these questions will not be scored because they are pre-test questions. Sets, logic, the actual number system, functions, graphing, probability and statistics, and other algebra and geometry topics are covered in these 60 problems. During the whole testing period, pupils have access to a scientific calculator.