Calculus CLEP Test covers the material that is taught in a one-semester
class at the 101 college level. This test covers limits, differential
calculus and integral calculus. You will need to know algebraic,
exponential, logarithmic, and general functions. Before you take
the test you should have a good understanding of calculus and applying
it. This test assumes that you already know the basics of math,
geometry, trigonometry and algebra. This is the hardest of all the
math CLEP exams that you can take. Unless you are very experienced
in math, we recommend that you take the earlier/easier math exams.
The order of difficulty is as follows, from easiest to hardest:
college mathematics, college algebra, precalculus, calculus.
will need to answer 45 questions in 90 minutes. There is no penalty
for guessing on the test and there are some pretest questions included
that are not scored.
of Questions: 45
to complete the test: 90 min
of Difficulty: 5
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