Is College in Your Future?
If college is the next step in your career,
you should seriously consider the proven advantages of nationally-recognized AP/CLEP Science and Math college credit by examination. Exams are converted to college credits at nearly 3,000 colleges and universities.
Already in college? Not a problem! You can access the benefits of AP/CLEP Science and Math exams, as well. On average, schools will allow up to 12 college credit hours--roughly an entire quarter or semester--at the undergraduate level. The credit hours can translate into a higher year classification for students who are receiving scholarships or federal financial aid.
So what are AP/CLEP exams? The exams are a group of standardized tests that assess college-level knowledge in 30+ subject areas. Many colleges grant credit to students who meet the college's minimum qualifying exam score for each subject. Qualifying scores vary by school.
Studys show that AP/CLEP students had better four-year graduation rates than those who did not successfully pass these examinations. Thirty percent of colleges and universities consider a student's AP/CLEP exposure when making decisions about which students will receive scholarships.
What is BLOSSOMS ~
The BLOSSOMS acronym stands for Blended Learning Open-Source Science or Math Studies. Course cohort is a blend of instructor-led and self-paced lessons that are structured to gain confidence in passing the AP/CLEP Examinations.
AP Exam ~ Advanced Placement (college-level) exam for eleventh and twelth grade students.
CLEP Exam ~
College Level Examination Program for adult students.
BLOSSOMS focus is on the
most-widely accepted STEM courses: