Please note: Registering to take a College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) exam is a two-step process:

  1. Register for each CLEP exam that a student wishes through the College Board.
  2. Register online for each CLEP exam a student wishes to take at the Georgia State University Counseling and Testing Center. The registration with the College Board must be completed first.

Bring a printed copy of the College Board confirmation on test day. Electronic versions (e.g., on phones, pads, etc.) will not be accepted. Completed registration and fee payments with both the College Board for each CLEP exam and Counseling and Testing Center for each appointment are required to be able to test.

Georgia State University serves as a national test center for CLEP. All CLEP exams (with the exception of essays portions) are administered on the computer. Since policies regarding CLEP credits differ at various institutions, candidates should verify which tests are accepted by their institution. Scores are reported to the school(s) designated as the recipient(s) in approximately two to three weeks. (Score reporting for exams that include an essay might take one to two weeks longer.)

Georgia State University students should review the Georgia State University CLEP Policy for Approved CLEP Exams to determine which exams are approved for related courses and the CLEP exams offered through Georgia State University.

For questions concerning taking CLEP exams at Georgia State University, please contact Richard Walker at 404-413-1736.

Please note: Questions regarding credit acceptance at Georgia State University should be directed to Elaine Jones, Admissions, Sparks Hall, Suite 200, or by phone at 404-413-2042. Georgia State University students are also encouraged to consult with their academic advisor before registering for a CLEP exam.