Free University Project -- Lecture Hall
Have you checked the Free College
Prep Online - 1999/00?
At the present time, there are few subjects which can be completely learned via the Internet alone. Textbooks are rarely available online. Contemporary readings are rarely available online and, with rare exception, sample exams are not available online.
At some point some publishers will find a way to provide these materials free, or by very inexpensive subscription. But, for now, you will need to obtain a textbook (it doesn't have to be the very latest, but it should have been published within the last six to eight years), and a test-specific book of sample exams. (Exam publishers include: Arco, Barrons, Cliff, Peterson's, and REA.) Only the larger bookstores will carry an assortment of sample exam books.
(If you would like us to carry these books, including used textbooks, in an online bookstore, we will do so if there is sufficient demand - please let us know.)
Of course, you may not need traditional study material in order to do well on the CLEP or other proficiency tests. It really depends upon the amount of prior learning you bring to the subject, and the quality of existing online lectures and links. Access to a good library, especially a college library, is a real asset.
(As of this date Study Guides for the highlighted subjects have been posted.)
|Lecture Hall -- CLEP Test Study Guides|
|CLEP General Exams:|
English - Humanities - Nat.Sci.-Soc.Sci./Hist.
|English||Western Civ. I&II||Algebra|
|American Literature||American Government||American History|
|DANTES Study Guides|