College Level Examination Program (C.L.E.P.) Scores

Exams Accepted for Credit at Lewis University, effective 2006 (revised 2010).

General Exams (For credit, these General Examinations must be taken during the student's first semester ofcollege.)

Exam
%tile
Essay
L.U. Equivalent
Natural Science
55
None
Science, 17-106 (3)
Humanities
55
None
Hum., 14-T01 (3)
Social Science/History
55
None
Social Science,18-T01(3)


Subject Exams (These examinations may be taken any time during the student's collegiate career, except during the student's last semester.)

Exam
%tile
Essay
L.U. Equivalent
U.S. History I: Early Colonization t1877
55
None
09-111
U.S. History II: 1865 to the Present
55
None
09-112
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648
55
None
09-101
Western Civilization II: 1648 - Present
55
None
09-102
Introductory Psychology
53
None
26-100
Human Growth & Development
53
None
18-T01 (3)
Biology
60
None
02-100
Chemistry
60
None
03-106
College Mathematics
55
None
13-115
College Algebra
55
None
13-119
Pre-Calculus
55
None
13-120
Calculus
57
None
13-200
Introductory Sociology
50
None
20-100
French Language
50/65
None
Elective (3/6)
German Language
50/65
None
Elective (3/6)
Spanish Language
50/65
None
Elective (3/6)
American Literature
55
None
06-220
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
55
None
06-221
English Literature
55
None
06-220
College Composition
63
Yes
06-111


General Education credit is awarded for passing scores in all tests except for Foreign Languages. After passing the test, the student must contact the department chairperson for the potential of additional work or assessments. In the case of Elective credits, the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences or the appropriate chairperson/director will identify the course which is equivalent the earned C.L.E.P. credit. The School for Professional and Continuing Education oversees and processes all student applications for C.L.E.P. credit attempted after matriculation at Lewis.