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American Government

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The American Government examination covers the scope and emphasis of material that is usually taught in a one-semester introductory course in American government and politics at the college level in the United States. These courses go beyond a general understanding of civics to incorporate political processes and behavior. The exam covers topics such as the institutions and policy processes of the federal government, the federal courts and civil liberties, political parties and interest groups, political beliefs and behavior, and the content and history of the Constitution.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam American Government from CLEP.

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Videos about how government works in the United States. PPACA or "Obamacare". The Fiscal Cliff. More Fiscal Cliff Analysis. Electo…

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American Government belongs to the Saylor.org CLEP® PREP Program. In taking this version of POLSC232, you will master the subject…

American Literature

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The American Literature examination covers material that is usually taught in a two-semester survey course (or the equivalent) at the college level. It deals with the prose and poetry written in the United States from colonial times to the present. It is primarily a test of knowledge about literary works their content, background and authors but also requires an ability to interpret poetry, fiction and nonfiction prose, as well as a familiarity with the terminology used by literary critics and historians. The examination emphasizes fiction and poetry and deals to a lesser degree with the essay, drama and autobiography.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam American Literature from CLEP.

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This course studies the national literature of the United States since the early 19th century. It considers a range of texts - inc…

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Great managers are made, not born. Learn about the qualities and skills of great managers in this Business 101 course. Instructor…

Biology

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The Biology examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-year college general biology course. The subject matter tested covers the broad field of the biological sciences, organized into three major areas: molecular and cellular biology, organismal biology and population biology.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Biology from CLEP.

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Explore the secret of life through the basics of biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, recombinant DNA, genomics and rational…

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Biology 101: Intro to Biology is designed to be used to prepare you to earn real college credit by passing the Biology CLEP exam…

Calculus

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The Calculus examination covers skills and concepts that are usually taught in a one-semester college course in calculus. The content of each examination is approximately 60% limits and differential calculus and 40% integral calculus. Algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and general functions are included. The exam is primarily concerned with an intuitive understanding of calculus and experience with its methods and applications. Knowledge of preparatory mathematics is assumed, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry and analytic geometry.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Calculus from CLEP.

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Videos on a first course in calculus (Differential Calculus).

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Calculus One is a first introduction to differential and integral calculus, emphasizing engaging examples from everyday life.

Chemistry

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The Chemistry examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-year college course in general chemistry. Understanding of the structure and states of matter, reaction types, equations and stoichiometry, equilibrium, kinetics, thermodynamics, and descriptive and experimental chemistry is required, as is the ability to interpret and apply this material to new and unfamiliar problems. During this examination, an online scientific calculator function and a periodic table are available as part of the testing software.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Chemistry from CLEP.

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This chemistry survey is designed to introduce students to the world of chemistry.  The principles of chemistry were first identi…

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Inorganic chemistry is a division of chemistry that studies metals, their compounds, and their reactivity.  Metal atoms can be bo…

College Algebra

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The College Algebra examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-semester college course in algebra. Nearly half of the test is made up of routine problems requiring basic algebraic skills; the remainder involves solving non-routine problems in which you must demonstrate your understanding of concepts. The test includes questions on basic algebraic operations; linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, and graphs; algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and miscellaneous other topics.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam College Algebra from CLEP.

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Algebra+ is a 10-week online course designed for students who have successfully completed high school algebra but who placed into…

Precalculus I is designed to prepare you for Precalculus II, Calculus, Physics, and higher math and science courses. In this cours…

College Composition

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College Composition contains multiple-choice items and two mandatory, centrally-scored essays. The exam measures your awareness of a variety of logical, structural and grammatical relationships within sentences; revision skills in the context of works in progress; and your ability to use authentic materials and perform rhetorical analysis. In addition to the multiple-choice section, College Composition includes a mandatory essay section that tests skills of argumentation, analysis and synthesis.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam College Composition from CLEP.

Learn how to use English for study at university or college and develop your writing skills, vocabulary and grammar.

College Mathematics

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The College Mathematics examination covers material generally taught in a college course for non-mathematics majors and majors in fields not requiring knowledge of advanced mathematics. Questions on the College Mathematics examination require you to demonstrate the ability to solve routine, straightforward problems and non-routine problems that require an understanding of concepts and the application of skills and concepts. In addition, you need to demonstrate understanding of topics like: sets, logic, real number systems, functions and graphs, probability and statistics, as well as topics in algebra and geometry.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam College Mathematics from CLEP.

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Prepare for the College Mathematics CLEP Exam through Education Portal's brief video lessons on mathematics. This course covers…

English Literature

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The English Literature examination covers material usually taught in a two-semester course (or the equivalent) at the college level. The test is primarily concerned with major authors and literary works, but it also includes questions on some minor writers. You are expected to be acquainted with common literary terms such as metaphor and personification, and basic literary forms such as the sonnet and the ballad. In both coverage and approach, the examination resembles the historically organized survey of English literature offered by many colleges. It assumes that you

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam English Literature from CLEP.

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Build your earth science vocabulary and learn about cycles of matter and types of sedimentary rocks through the Education Portal c…

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The Diploma in English Language and Literature gives you the opportunity to gain comprehensive knowledge and understanding of impo…

Financial Accounting

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The Financial Accounting examination covers skills and concepts that are generally taught in a first-semester undergraduate financial accounting course. Questions on the exam require you to demonstrate knowledge of accounting concepts and terminology, and ability to use and analyze accounting data and financial reports issued for both internal and external purposes. In addition, you need to demonstrate the ability to apply accounting techniques to simple problem situations involving computations, and understand the rationale for generally-accepted principles and procedures.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Financial Accounting from CLEP.

For any business or organization, the need to control and monitor cash transactions to ensure the efficient operation of the busin…

Merchandising retailers and wholesalers use inventory costs to calculate the cost of goods sold as these are a major expense affec…

French Language

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The French Language examination is designed to measure the ability to understand spoken and written French. This ability needs to be equivalent to that of students who have completed two to four semesters of college French language study. The examination contains approximately 121 questions to be answered in 90 minutes. Some of these are pretest questions that will not be scored. There are three separately timed sections. The three sections are weighted so that each question contributes equally to the total score. Any time you spend on tutorials or providing personal information is in addition to the actual testing time.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam French Language from CLEP.

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French is spoken by millions of people in many countries around the world and is a very popular second language to learn. ALISON's…

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Elementary French I is a carefully sequenced and highly interactive presentation of French language and culture in a media-rich co…

German Language

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The German Language examination is designed to measure the ability to understand spoken and written German. This ability needs to be equivalent to that of students who have completed two to four semesters of college German language study. The examination contains approximately 120 questions to be answered in 90 minutes. Some of these are pretest questions that will not be scored. There are three separately timed sections. The three sections are weighted so that each question contributes equally to the total score. Any time you spend on tutorials or providing personal information is in addition to the actual testing time.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam German Language from CLEP.

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German is spoken by nearly one hundred million people in central European countries such as Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembo…

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This course gives an introduction to German language and culture. The focus is on acquisition of vocabulary and grammatical concep…

History of the United States I

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The History of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877 examination covers material that is usually taught in the first semester of a two-semester course in United States history. The examination covers the period of American history from early European colonization to the end of Reconstruction, with the majority of the questions covering the period of 17901877. In the section covering the 17th and 18th centuries, emphasis is placed on the English colonies.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam History of the United States I from CLEP.

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This course will introduce you to United States history from the colonial period to the Civil War and Reconstruction. You will lea…

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Great managers are made, not born. Learn about the qualities and skills of great managers in this Business 101 course. Instructor…

History of the United States II

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The History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present examination covers material that is usually taught in the second semester of what is usually a two-semester course in United States history. The examination covers the period of American history from the end of the Civil War to the present, with the majority of the questions covering the 20th century.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam History of the United States II from CLEP.

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This course will introduce you to United States history from the end of the Civil War in 1865 through the first decade of the twen…

Human Growth and Development

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The Human Growth and Development exam (infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and aging) covers material that is generally taught in a one-semester introductory course in developmental psychology or human development. An understanding of the major theories and research related to the broad categories of physical development, cognitive development and social development is required, as is the ability to apply this knowledge.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Human Growth and Development from CLEP.

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This course addresses essential learning outcomes in normal growth, development and nutrition across the lifespan, inclusive of ag…

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Developmental psychology concerns itself with the changes (psychological and otherwise) that occur as a result of our physical and…

Information Systems and Computer Applications

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The Information Systems and Computer Applications examination covers material that is usually taught in an introductory college-level business information systems course. Questions test knowledge, terminology and basic concepts about information systems as well as the application of that knowledge. The examination does not emphasize the details of hardware design and language-specific programming techniques. References to applications such as word processing or spreadsheets do not require knowledge of a specific product. The focus is on concepts and techniques applicable to a variety of products and environments. Knowledge of arithmetic and mathematics equivalent to that of a student who has successfully completed a traditional first-year high school algebra course is assumed.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Information Systems and Computer Applications from CLEP.

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The CS 61 series is an introduction to computer science, with particular emphasis on software and on machines from a pro…

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In this introduction to computer programming course, you’ll learn and practice key computer science concepts by building your ow…

Introduction to Educational Psychology

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The Introduction to Educational Psychology examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-semester undergraduate course in this subject. Emphasis is placed on principles of learning and cognition, teaching methods and classroom management, child growth and development, and evaluation and assessment of learning.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Introduction to Educational Psychology from CLEP.

Educational psychology is concerned with how students learn and develop. It emphasizes trends in educational development while als…

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Introductory Business Law

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The Introductory Business Law examination covers material that is usually taught in an introductory one-semester college course in the subject. The examination places not only major emphasis on understanding the functions of contracts in American business law, but it also includes questions on the history and sources of American law, legal systems and procedures, agency and employment, sales and other topics.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Introductory Business Law from CLEP.

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Law, in its simplest form, is used to protect one party from another. For instance, laws protect customers from being exploited by…

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Great managers are made, not born. Learn about the qualities and skills of great managers in this Business 101 course. Instructor…

Introductory Psychology

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The Introductory Psychology examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-semester undergraduate introductory course in psychology. It stresses basic facts, concepts and generally accepted principles in history, approaches and methods of psychology; biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception; states of consciousness; learning; cognition; motivation and emotion; personality; psychological disorders and treatment; social psychology; and statistics, tests and measurements.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Introductory Psychology from CLEP.

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Introduction to Psychology is a journey through all of the major psychological concepts and principles. The knowledge gained from…

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This course surveys questions about human behavior and mental life ranging from how you see to why you fall in love. The great con…

Introductory Sociology

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The Introductory Sociology examination is designed to assess an individual's knowledge of the material typically presented in a one-semester introductory-level sociology course at most colleges and universities. The examination emphasizes basic facts and concepts as well as general theoretical approaches used by sociologists on the topics of institutions, social patterns, social processes, social stratifications and the sociological perspective. Highly-specialized knowledge of the subject and the methodology of the discipline is not required or measured by the test content.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Introductory Sociology from CLEP.

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In this class we will cover the essentials of sociology, to help you better understand your own life and situations far from your…

This course is about the fundamental concepts of sociology; foundations of group life; social change, processes, and problems. Thi…

Precalculus

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The Precalculus examination assesses the mastery of skills and concepts required for success in a first-semester calculus course. A large portion of the exam tests your understanding of functions and their specific properties: linear, quadratic, absolute value, square root, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric and piecewise-defined functions. Questions on the exam will present these types of functions symbolically, graphically, verbally or in tabular form. A solid understanding of these types of functions is at the core of all precalculus courses, and it is a prerequisite for enrolling in calculus and other college-level mathematics courses.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Precalculus from CLEP.

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Algebra+ is a 10-week online course designed for students who have successfully completed high school algebra but who placed into…

Precalculus I is designed to prepare you for Precalculus II, Calculus, Physics, and higher math and science courses. In this cours…

Principles of Macroeconomics

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The Principles of Macroeconomics examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-semester undergraduate course in this subject, including principles of economics that apply to an economy as a whole, particularly the general price level, output and income, and interrelations among sectors of the economy. The test places particular emphasis on the determinants of aggregate demand and aggregate supply, and on monetary and fiscal policy tools that can be used to achieve particular policy objectives. Within this context, you're expected to understand measurement concepts such as gross domestic product, consumption, investment, unemployment, inflation, inflationary gap and recessionary gap. You're also expected to demonstrate knowledge of the institutional structure of the Federal Reserve Bank and the monetary policy tools it uses to stabilize economic fluctuations and promote long-term economic growth, as well as the tools of fiscal policy and their impacts on income, employment, price level, deficits, and interest rates. Basic understanding of foreign exchange markets, balance of payments, effects of currency, and appreciation and depreciation on a country's imports and exports are also expected.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Principles of Macroeconomics from CLEP.

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Build your earth science vocabulary and learn about cycles of matter and types of sedimentary rocks through the Education Portal c…

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Economics is traditionally divided into two parts: microeconomics and macroeconomics.  The purpose of this course is to provide y…

Principles of Management

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The Principles of Management examination covers material that is usually taught in an introductory course in the essentials of management and organization. Questions on the exam require you to demonstrate knowledge of management functions and techniques, and ability to associate the meaning of specific terminology with important management ideas, processes and techniques. You will also be required to apply knowledge, general concepts and principles to specific problems.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Principles of Management from CLEP.

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Management refers to the organization and coordination of work to produce a desired result. A manager is a person who practices ma…

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Great managers are made, not born. Learn about the qualities and skills of great managers in this Business 101 course. Instructor…

Principles of Marketing

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The Principles of Marketing examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-semester introductory course in marketing. Such a course is usually known as Basic Marketing, Introduction to Marketing, Fundamentals of Marketing, Marketing or Marketing Principles. The exam is concerned with the role of marketing in society and within a firm, understanding consumer and organizational markets, marketing strategy planning, the marketing mix, marketing institutions, and other selected topics, such as international marketing, ethics, marketing research, services and not-for-profit marketing. You're expected to have a basic knowledge of the economic/demographic, social/cultural, political/legal and technological trends that are important to marketing.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Principles of Marketing from CLEP.

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This Wharton course will teach the fundamentals of marketing by getting to the root of customer decision making. The course will f…

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In this course, you will learn about the marketing process and examine the range of marketing decisions that an organization must…

Principles of Microeconomics

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The Principles of Microeconomics examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-semester undergraduate course in introductory microeconomics, including economic principles that apply to the behavioral analysis of individual consumers and businesses. You will be required to apply analytical techniques to hypothetical as well as real-world situations and to analyze and evaluate economic decisions. You're expected to demonstrate an understanding of how free markets work and allocate resources efficiently, how individual consumers make economic decisions to maximize utility, and how individual firms make decisions to maximize profits. You must be able to identify the characteristics of the different market structures and analyze the behavior of firms in terms of price and output decisions. You should also be able to evaluate the outcome in each market structure with respect to economic efficiency, identify cases in which private markets fail to allocate resources efficiently, and explain how government intervention fixes or fails to fix the resource allocation problem. It is also important to understand the determination of wages and other input prices in factor markets, and be able to analyze and evaluate the distribution of income.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Principles of Microeconomics from CLEP.

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The purpose of this course is to provide you with a basic understanding of the principles of microeconomics.  At its core, the st…

Principles of Microeconomics belongs to the CLEP® PREP suite of Saylor courses. This version of ECON101 will help you master the…

Spanish Language

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The Spanish Language examination is designed to measure the ability to understand spoken and written Spanish. This ability needs to be equivalent to that of students who have completed two to four semesters of college Spanish language study. The examination contains approximately 120 questions to be answered in 90 minutes. Some of these are pretest questions that will not be scored. There are three separately timed sections. The three sections are weighted so that each question contributes equally to the total score. Any time you spend on tutorials or providing personal information is in addition to the actual testing time.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Spanish Language from CLEP.

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Spanish I can be adapted for a hybrid delivery system or solely distance delivery. The course is media-rich and interactive, drive…

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SPANISH 103 is an introductory course to the Spanish language and culture. This course uses a task and content-based approach to l…

Western Civilization I

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The Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 examination covers material that is usually taught in the first semester of a two-semester course in Western Civilization. Questions deal with the civilizations of Ancient Greece, Rome and the Near East; the Middle Ages; the Renaissance and Reformation; and early modern Europe. You may be asked to choose the correct definition of a historical term, select the historical figure whose political viewpoint is described, identify the correct relationship between two historical factors, or detect the inaccurate pairing of an individual with a historical event. Groups of questions may require you to interpret, evaluate or relate the contents of a passage, a map or a picture to other information, or to analyze and utilize the data contained in a graph or table.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Western Civilization I from CLEP.

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Great managers are made, not born. Learn about the qualities and skills of great managers in this Business 101 course. Instructor…

Western Civilization II

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The Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 examination covers material that is usually taught in the first semester of a two-semester course in Western Civilization. Questions deal with the civilizations of Ancient Greece, Rome and the Near East; the Middle Ages; the Renaissance and Reformation; and early modern Europe. You may be asked to choose the correct definition of a historical term, select the historical figure whose political viewpoint is described, identify the correct relationship between two historical factors, or detect the inaccurate pairing of an individual with a historical event. Groups of questions may require you to interpret, evaluate or relate the contents of a passage, a map or a picture to other information, or to analyze and utilize the data contained in a graph or table.

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Courses can be used to prepare to the exam Western Civilization II from CLEP.

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Professor Lynn Hunt lectures in this course which covers a broad, historical study of major elements in Western heritage…