Thursday, February 14, 2013

Which are the easiest CLEP subjects to pass?

Which CLEP test is the easiest to pass?

We get that question a lot.

Of course, you've heard that it depends on each student, their strengths, their experience, and their interests. While that's all true - it doesn't really help you with deciding which one to take does it?

We recommend taking the Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP test first - assuming that the credit will apply to your degree program.


It is one of the easiest tests because there is not a lot of memorization. Those tests can be difficult because there can be a LOT to memorize. The Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP test however doesn't have a lot of memorization. You need to learn a few important terms and concepts, but the majority of the test has you analyzing literature - just like the name implies.

We don't recommend this test as the easiest for people who do have have English as their first or native language. But - assuming you're a native English speaker and you know how to read, with some effort, you can knock out your first three credits relatively fast and easy. We're happy to answer more specific questions if you send them our way.

-The PassYourClass Team

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