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Dual Credit and CLEP Tests

Understanding Dual Credit and CLEP Tests

What is Dual Credit?

Dual credit is the term given to courses in which high school students have the opportunity to earn both high school and college credits simultaneously.

What are CLEP Tests?

A College Level Examination Program (CLEP) test is an exam created and administered by the College Board that a World Language student (French or Spanish) would need to take only if he or she did not take Spanish III or French III as dual credit and wants to take Spanish IV or French IV as dual credit. A student who did not take French III and IV and Spanish III and IV for dual credit but wants to take French V or Spanish V as dual credit would also be required to take a CLEP test to earn dual credit.

We have created a brief video for students in Level II French or Spanish PLANNING TO TAKE Level III French or Spanish for dual credit. 
Take a moment to learn more by clicking below. 

We also have a brief video for students in Level III French or Spanish III planning to take Level IV French or Spanish who DID NOT TAKE DUAL CREDIT IN LEVEL III COURSE.