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Enger, John M; Whitney, Douglas R. – College and University, 1974
The purpose for adopting the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) at the University of Iowa was to enable students to satisfy certain graduation requirements thus freeing them to take other courses. This purpose is being accomplished without many early (or "cheap") graduations. (Author/PG)
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, College Credits, College Graduates, Educational Research
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Cangialosi, Judith – College and University, 1981
A national survey reported on institutional practices in awarding credits for extrainstitutional learning. Results reveal that 98 percent of respondents award credit for extrainstitutional learning, with credit-by-examination, general exam, institutionally developed exams, College Board placement exams, and others used, in that descending order.…
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, College Credits, Educational Policy, Equivalency Tests