EARN UP TO 34 COLLEGE CREDITS BY EXAM!
Soaring tuition has many parents and students looking for alternative ways to earn college credit and avoid debt. CLEP and AP exams, which cost about $80 to earn three to eight credits, seem like a great solution. However, many students struggle with learning college-level math and science without a teacher.
CLEP Professor provides that teacher!
WHAT'S ON THE CD-ROM?
HOW DOES IT WORK?
CLEP Professor, designed and taught by Dr. Shormann, is a three week courses which bridges the gap between the high school course and the corresponding CLEP or AP Exam. Unlike other programs that only provide practice exams and books to read, Dr. Shormann actually teaches every concept step by step, significantly increasing understanding.
1. Take the Diagnostic Test
This test saves time by prescribing which of the twenty lessons to complete.
2. Watch the Video Lesson
Dr. Shormann teaches every lesson step by step on a digital blackboard that looks and sounds like a live classroom. Students work interactively, taking notes and working problems along with him. Easily pause, rewind, and fast-forward until the new concept is fully understood.
3. Do the Practice Problems
Following each lesson are 10-15 practice problems which reinforce understanding of the new concept.
4. Watch the Video Solutions
Ensuring understanding, every practice problem has a video solution that works the problem step by step. The video solution is shown after each problem, giving the student immediate feedback.
5. Take a Practice Exam
After completing all the lessons prescribed by the diagnostic test, the first Practice Exam is taken. There are 2-3 practice exams for each course. Each question on the exam is referenced to the lesson the problem was taught in so students can easily relearn forgotten concepts.
6. Take the Exam
Once you have acheived a passing score on a practice exam, take the exam. AP exams are administerd at your local high school on one day in early spring, CLEP exams are taken at your local community college anytime of year. While there aren't any age restrictions for either exam, a goverment issued picture ID is required. Your CLEP and AP scores are stored at the College Board until you are admitted to a college and request they be sent.