CLEP Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

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How hard is the Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP Test?

The difficulty of this exam will mirror the difficulty of an undergraduate level literature course. It is recommended that candidates read a variety of literary works in multiple genres from different time periods to be successful on this exam.

How long is the Analyzing Literature CLEP Test?

Examinees will have 98 minutes to complete the exam. During this time they will need to answer 80 multiple-choice questions, some of which will be unscored pretest question.

What is a passing score for the CLEP Exam Analyzing and Interpreting Literature?

The American Council on Education recommends that universities accept a minimum score of 50 to be considered passing to earn three undergraduate credits. However, universities are allowed to require a different score, so it is important to double-check with the university the credits will go towards first.

Can I retake the CLEP Analyzing and Interpreting Literature Test?

Test-takers are allowed to register for a retake of this exam after three months from their prior test date. It is recommended that in that time period candidates spend some time studying for their retake, especially the content areas they struggled with the first time.

How much does the Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP Test cost?

The Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP Exam will cost $90. Depending on the testing center a candidate takes this exam at, there might be additional administration fees.

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