Wednesday, November 19, 2014

How to add CLEP PDF files to your Kindle!

Hi everyone!

We've gotten this question a lot so we thought we would post it so that you can all know!

So how do you get your CLEP study guide on to your Kindle?

First, make sure you have the Kindle file from us. Not sure? Email us and we'll help you out.

Once you have the right file, transfer the file by sending PDF documents directly to your Kindle device (via your Send-to-Kindle address), or drag and drop PDF files from your computer to your Kindle device via USB.

Did you know that you can also magnify PDFs by viewing them in landscape mode?

If you need more help getting started - let us know! We're more than happy to help.

The success of our students means success for us!

-The PassYourClass Team

Friday, October 10, 2014

Another one bites the dust! CLEP Style!

...I only had the chance to look over The Human Growth and Development 30 min prior to my test and I still passed it! The guide was great.
-Yannie D.


We are glad to hear it!

BUT we don't recommend that you take THAT short amount of time to prepare! :)

A good student can typically study for 2-8 days and be completely ready to take the test, depending on the amount of time you study each day.

Congratulations! On to your next test!

-The PassYourClass Team

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

What's the story with the CLEP guarantee?

Dear company,

I'm taking six classes for CLEP to finish up my degree. I hear that Finish College Fast guarantees me to pass. Could you please let me know your guarantee to pass? Thanks for your time

Lisa F.


Hi Lisa,

We are the same company with the same Pass or Don't Pay Guarantee. If you don't pass your test, simply fax your score and receipt within six weeks for a refund on the study guide or an exchange to a new study guide.

The reality is that our guarantee helps give you confidence, but our study guides teach you what you need to know to pass the test. That's why our pass rate is above 98%! :)

Thank you!

The PassYourClass Team

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

How many calculus credits do you get?


I had a question about the calculus credits. Looking at some of the schools on the CLEP website, calculus carries 5 credit hours. On your site it says it carries only 3 credit hours, which is 3 credit
hours. Which one is correct?

Thank you,
James B.


Hi James,

It totally depends on the school. They can choose the amount of credit you will receive. Some base it off a certain score, like a score of 50 gets you 3 credits, but a score of 62 and above will get you 6 credits. I wish we could help you more, but the best thing to do is to contact the school directly and get a listing of the credits they will award.

Some schools do it even more complicated, they award you a specific class. For example, passing the College Mathematics CLEP with a 50 will get you 3 credits of Math 1010. If you need Math 1015, then the test won't count towards your math requirements. It will count as an elective instead.

Again, the best way to go is to call your specific school and find out their policies.

Thank you!

The PassYourClass Team

Saturday, May 3, 2014

So More Good News From Lisa

So Lisa sent us her good news last week:

I have passed US History (thank you!) and Analyzing Literature (thanks again!) and Human Growth and Development (thanks!).  -Lisa G.

Congratulations! That is awesome! Way to go!

What do you have next on your list?

College Math - I'm also going to have to take a DANTES Humanities elective, so I am considering Ethics in America. I also need to take Introductory Psychology. So the three I lack are CLEP College Math, DANTES Ethics in America, and CLEP Introductory Psychology.

That's exciting to be so close! Let us know as you keep checking them off your list!

-The PassYourClass Team

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

What a busy week in the CLEP and DANTES world!

We've gotten so many testimonials this past week!

First you have Rene from California who passed Introduction to Law Enforcement with a 48 adding this tip:

I felt that over 80% of the test was focused on the simple aspects of Law Enforcement and not the court cases or the history.

Then Steve from Minnesota wrote in to say:

I took the DSST Management Information Systems test today. I passed with a score of 484.

Your book was a very good review resource.

Way to go guys! You studied hard and it paid off! Congratulations on passing your DANTES/DSST tests today! You're awesome!
Spread the word, DSST tests are easier than you think.

-The PassYourClass Team