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CLEP Psychology (Study Guide) (Paperback) (Kimberley O'steen & John Fletcher & Dave Cornell)
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Are you thinking of taking psychology as a major or minor in college? Take a test drive with the CLEP Psychology exam and for 80 dollars you may be pleased to learn you now have three credits on your transcript. Like all 33 CLEP tests not only will passing a CLEP Psychology exam get you out of a course you will also get the college credits on your transcripts. Even more astounding the tests only require a 50% score. Perhaps your goal is to fast track out of the college experience and leap into the upper divisions that much quicker. A psychology degree is typically a master’s level program at a minimum. The professional way to study for this test is with resource material such as XAMonline CLEP Psychology full length study guide. It was written by one MD, one Ph.D, and one Masters level Psychologist which means it was concisely written so the essential material is conveniently brought into your living room for the next few weeks. All the multiple choice questions are full length tests and are weighted properly covering all aspects of the test. They also have the answers explained so you can learn as you go too. XAMonline full study guide for CLEP Psychology will prepare you for the test. It gives you more confidence because you will know both content and have sample test experiences. CLEP has been around for twenty years and is the most popular credit by examination program. The CLEP program has 33 unique tests but among those CLEP Psychology test is popular favorite especially among those in the humanities who took a high school course or even sat for the Advanced Placement Psychology test. If you got a 3 or 4 on that test you may not have got the college credit you had hoped for and this test provides a fall back in that situation. Written to the testThere are twelve areas covered on this test so it is very comprehensive. The nature of the questions are factual and the level of difficulty is similar to advanced placement exams.