Acquiring Credits through Standardized Examinations
You can transfer credits to LCCC based on your past achievements or experiences. Credits are awarded for qualifying scores from the following standardized exams.
Advanced Placement (AP) Exams
High school students can take Advanced Placement (AP) courses that teach college-level content. Qualifying scores from AP tests can be transferred as credit to colleges like LCCC. Learn more about AP testing.
Cambridge International Exams
If you participated in Cambridge Assessment International Education and completed the assessment examinations. Learn more about Cambridge International Exams.
If you’ve gained comprehensive subject knowledge through independent or prior study, on-the-job training, or cultural pursuits, you can turn that knowledge into college credits. The College Level Examination Program® (CLEP®) offers 34 exams in subjects ranging from business to math to social sciences that can earn you college credit. Learn more about CLEP testing.
Dantes Subject Standardized Testing (DSST) Exams
Military service members, veterans, and dependents can demonstrate learning acquired outside of the traditional classroom through DSST testing, earning college credit in several different subject areas. DSST testing.
International Baccalaureate (IB) Exams
For those with educational experience abroad, the International Baccalaureate (IB) exams can help you gain college credit by assessing learning outcomes from students around the world. Learn more about IB exams.
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