CLEP (College Level Examination Program)
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) gives you the opportunity to receive college credit for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on any of the many examinations. Earn credit for knowledge you've acquired through independent study, prior course work, on-the-job training, professional development, cultural pursuits, or internships.
The University of Central Florida does not award credit for all of the CLEP exams that are provided by the University Testing Center. Test credit is applied according to the published policy at the time the credit is received and posted by the university. For updated information regarding this and all other important CLEP policies, please visit the UCF Undergraduate Catalog section on CLEP.
Please note: UTC does not offer the optional essay component for the CLEP College Composition Modular Exam. Only the multiple-choice section is administered for this particular subject at our test center.
Please visit the College Board Website for more information.
Review all CLEP information and University Testing Center policies.
Submit written documentation of a documented disability from Student Accessibility Services to make accommodated testing arrangements at least two weeks prior to your scheduled test date. Contact us for more information.
Create an Account and register with CollegeBoard to pay the $80 CLEP exam fee through the MyAccount portal. Once you register, make sure to print your CLEP Exam Registration Ticket and be sure to present it on the day of your test.
To reserve a seat in our testing center and schedule a specific date and time for your exam, you must register and pay your non-refundable and non-transferable, $36 administrative fee. Complete registration and payment online .
After completing the UTC online registration and scheduling process, check your email for the test registration confirmation sent to you from RegisterBlast. The registration confirmation from RegisterBlast and the CollegeBoard CLEP Exam Registration Ticket are required and must be presented on test day to be admitted to take your exam.
Arrive 15-minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. Examinees arriving more than 15-minutes late may not be admitted and will forfeit any costs paid.
Test-takers are required to bring one form of government-issued identification. The primary identification must be valid and current, must bear the test-taker’s full name in English language characters, and must contain a photograph and a signature.
Acceptable documents include a driver license, passport, state-issued identification card, or military identification.
Bring the registration confirmation from RegisterBlast and the CollegeBoard CLEP Exam Registration Ticket. Both are required and must be presented on test day to be admitted to take your exam.
A CLEP may not be retaken within a 3-month period. This waiting period provides the student with an opportunity to spend additional time preparing for the exam or the option of taking a classroom course.
You will receive a copy of your exam score immediately upon completion of the exam unless you have taken College Composition. For this exam you will receive a combined score after the essay has been scored, usually three to four weeks after your test date.
If you want to send your scores to a college, employer, or certifying agency, you can request that the scores be sent to a score recipient through the College Board My Account registration portal prior to exam day. This service is free of charge only if you select your score recipient through My Account prior to testing. A $20 fee will be charged for each transcript ordered at a later date.
If you designate UCF as the recipient of your official CLEP transcript, it will take approximately 4-6 weeks from the date of request through College Board/CLEP for the UCF Registrar’s Office to receive and process your scores. Please contact the UCF Registrar’s Office directly at email@example.com or 407-823-3100 if you need to check on receipt of an official CLEP transcript.
Before you register for a CLEP exam, check with your academic advisor at your current institution to make sure the CLEP examination you wish to take is appropriate for your needs.