Students can earn college credit for certain introductory-level courses by achieving satisfactory scores on certain standardized tests, such as CLEP and DSST. Students seeking credit for examinations should work with their advisor to explore how these exams may be applied to your degree program.
Below is a general overview of some of the college-level equivalency testing options. The College awards credits based on recommendations approved by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS). See Catalog for full details.
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TRADITIONAL COLLEGE-LEVEL EQUIVALENCY
The College recognizes certain tests to demonstrate college-level knowledge and earn credit. Below is a collection of several options. Contact an Academic Advisor prior to taking any standardized examination to ensure that the examination selected is not duplicative of coursework completed or projected, or of other tests.
OTHER COURSE PROVIDERS
Below are four examples of low-cost, self-paced online programs for college credit, offering courses that are approved by the American Council on Education (ACE) and currently accepted by Granite State College.
Use Our Transfer Evaluation System
To see how college-equivalency testing might transfer to Granite State College, explore TES (Transfer Evaluation System). TES is a dynamic, robust library of course equivalencies that Granite State College has previously accepted, which include not only traditional college courses but also:
We continually add colleges, courses, and training from across the country, so be sure to check back often!
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