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By appointment only during regular office hours: 8:00am-5:00pm Monday-Thursday
and 8:00am-12:00pm Friday.
Do you want to speed up your college career and earn college credit at a reduced price? Have you already accumulated knowledge equivalent to that in the freshman college classroom? If so, you may want to consider CLEP testing.
The credit by examination policy applies to CLEP exams.
Questions to ask yourself before scheduling a CLEP exam
Prior to the scheduled exam date, you must visit the CLEP webpage at www.clep.collegeboard.com to create an account, register and pay the $87 exam fee.
You may contact Academic Testing to schedule the exam during regular office hours. Exams will be computer-based, and take 90 or 120 minutes to complete depending on the exam.
Fees and Requirements
The university charges an administrative fee in addition to the cost of the $89 CLEP exam. Photo ID is required to take the CLEP exams. You must print the registration ticket to bring with you on test day. Please review ALL instructions on your ticket.
The DSST is applicable to Organizational Management majors only.
If you are an OM major, you should confirm with your departmental advisor which DSST exams will earn course credit at LCU. Not all DSST exams are acceptable for course credit.
The credit by examination policy applies to DSST exams.
You may schedule an appointment to take a DSST exam during regular office hours. You are allowed up to two hours to take DSST exams.
Fees & Requirements
The cost of the exam is $85, and the university charges an administrative fee in addition to the cost of the DSST exam. Two forms of photo ID are required to take the DSST exams. Before coming to take the exam, students wanting scores sent to other universities should know the school code of their university. Visit www.getcollegecredit.com/search to locate an institution.
ACT is administered at LCU on most national test dates. Students may check the ACT website for test dates and other information related to practice exams, cost, registration, allowed calculators, etc. http://www.actstudent.org/
Entering freshman students are encouraged to take the national ACT examination, including the optional writing test, during their senior year in high school. The writing test is not required by LCU for admission.
LCU schedules a residual ACT exam once per semester and once in the summer for students who wish to improve their scores. The residual score does not apply towards academic eligibility. The residual ACT score is applicable only at LCU and may not be transferred or accepted at other institutions.
Texas Higher Education Assessment Internet-Based Test is offered multiple times throughout the academic year including twice during the summer months. The test consists of three sections: Reading, Mathematics and Writing. Visit http://www.thea.nesinc.com/index.asp to find out more information.
Contact the Testing Office to attend one of the sessions. Seating is limited.
LCU Academic Testing is able to provide proctoring services for other exams. There is a $25 fee for each exam proctored. Please contact Academic Testing for more information.