Monday, March 11, 2013

I've got CLEP Questions!



How does scoring work for CLEP letter grades?

 
Does your study guide address all information that will be on the CLEP test?  My school assigns a grade (A, B, or C) to the score, so passing is not enough.  It is important to keep my GPA high.  Also, what is the difference in product between downloaded and shipped?  Also, how quickly is it shipped, from where, and by what transport?  Thanks, Lisa

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Hi Lisa,


We teach you what you need to know to pass the test with our clep study guides. Because each school can require a different score level for A, B, C, such as Excelsior, we recommend the following:

If your want to score an A in the subject, you will need to know absolutely everything in the study guide. These tests were designed so that if you score 50% correct, you will pass or get a “C”. 

However, since your school can determine the letter grade to be anything they want, you will need to score extremely high. A way to test yourself to see if you are ready is after studying the material to a point where you feel confidant you know it all, randomly flip through the book until you pick some place at random. Verbally teach and explain that concept to someone else. If you cannot, you are not ready. Repeat until you are. :)

If you want to have the study guide shipped, it is shipped USPS via standard (First Class) or expedited (Priority) mail – which is your choice at checkout. It ships from the West Coast so standard shipping to the West Coast is about 3-5 days, expedited about 2-3 days. East coast will add 1-2 days for each estimate.

The download copy is downloaded immediately after purchase to your computer. You will need to download it and save it to your hard drive. You will not be shipped anything if you choose the download. You will view it and read it in Adobe PDF Reader (free). 

Or you can download it from iBookstore or Amazon but you will have to view it on their devices.

Let us know if you have more questions!

-The PassYourClass Team

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