What is the CLEP?
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) allows you to obtain recognition for college-level achievement on examinations and earn credits in undergraduate degree programs and universities in the United States and overseas.
Wherever or however you have learned and no matter what your age, you can take CLEP exams. If the results are acceptable to your college or university, you may receive course credit, thus shortening a degree program or allowing you to begin with more advanced courses than would otherwise be possible.
CLEP offers examinations in thirty-four different subject areas. Each exam is ninety minutes in length.
How do I get credit for CLEP?
What is the SAT Subject Test?
The SAT II is a series of tests on specific academic subjects. Some of these tests may be required by some U.S. and international colleges and universities, both for entrance and placement, during the undergraduate admissions process. Among the tests offered are
· U.S. History
· World History
· Math Level IC
· Math Level IIC
· Biology (Ecological/Molecular)
· Languages, including French, Spanish, and English, among others
More details can be found in the SAT II test bulletin.
Where do I get the Bulletin?
AMIDEAST maintains a supply of test bulletins. If you are not in a country where AMIDEAST has an office, please visit your high school guidance counselor or local advising office to obtain a bulletin.
The SAT I is designed to measure a secondary school student's reasoning skills. It is a requirement for applicants to some, but not all, U.S. and international universities. The SAT I is made up of multiple-choice questions that measure mathematical and verbal reasoning abilities.
AMIDEAST maintains a supply of registration bulletins and Taking the SAT I bulletins. If you are not in a country where AMIDEAST has an office, please visit your high school guidance counselor or local advising office to obtain a bulletin.
The SAT I is offered several times a year with registration deadlines approximately two months before the test date. The SAT I is administered on those dates in a paper-based format.
Students who wish to take the test in a country where AMIDEAST has an office may register for the SAT I at most AMIDEAST offices. Other candidates should refer to the SAT bulletin to register by fax or mail. They may also register on-line using a credit card.
It is important for you to be familiar with the kinds of questions asked on the SAT I. There are several ways to prepare.
What is the GRE Subject Test?
The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) are required for applicants to many graduate-level programs in the United States and at international universities. The GRE is made up of the General Test, composed of verbal, quantitative, and analytical sections, and of Subject Tests on specific academic fields. Some universities require only the General Test while others will request applicants to take Subject Tests related to their planned area of study.
Subject Tests currently available include the following:
The GRE bulletin and GRE Web site have additional details on these tests.
Where do I get the GRE bulletin?
AMIDEAST maintains a supply of test bulletins with all pertinent information about the GRE, including the registration form. The test bulletin is also available on-line.
Where can I take the GRE Subject Test?
The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) are required for applicants to many graduate-level programs in the United States and at international universities. The GRE is made up of the General Test, composed of verbal, quantitative, and analytical sections, and of Subject Tests on specific academic fields. Some universities require only the General Test while others will request applicants to take Subject Tests related to their planned area of study. The GRE bulletin has additional information on these tests.
Information on the exam content and registration procedures is also available on the GRE Web site.AMIDEAST maintains a supply of test bulletins with all pertinent information about the GRE, including the registration form.
The GRE General Test will be administered by computer in the Prometric Test Center at AMIDEAST/Rabat until May 2003. After that time it will be administered in a paper-based format, generally once or twice during the year. Please contact AMIDEAST/Rabat for dates and be sure to register well in advance.
Additional dates for the GRE General Test may be available in other countries where the test continues to be offered in computer-based format. Check the GRE Web site for details on centers offering tests in this format.
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is used by many graduate-level business and management-related programs in the United States and at international universities as part of their admissions process. The GMAT measures verbal, analytical, and quantitative skills. It includes multiple-choice questions as well as two analytical writing questions. The GMAT bulletin has additional information.
The GMAT exam is administered on computer in Pearson VUE Test Centers at locations around the world.
Check the GMAT Web site for details on available test centers.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) evaluates the English proficiency of people whose native language is not English. Most U.S. universities require that international applicants take the TOEFL. Generally a score of 61 to 80 on the Internet-based TOEFL (iBT), 173 to 250 on the computer-based version, or 500 to 550 on the paper-based version is required for admission to undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States, with graduate schools expecting the higher scores.
TOEFL iBT is a four-hour test with content to assess reading, listening, speaking, and writing skills.
AMIDEAST maintains a supply of test bulletins with all pertinent information about the TOEFL, including the registration form.
Information on the exam content and registration procedures is also available at the TOEFL Web site.
The TOEFL exam is administered in an Internet-based format at AMIDEAST/Morocco. Tests are held approximately every two weeks, depending on demand, and are scheduled by appointment. Be sure to register early as test centers can fill quickly.
You may register directly with ETS (see TOEFL bulletin for details) or for a small additional fee you may register in person at AMIDEAST/Morocco. You may pay in local currency at AMIDEAST/Morocco but you still need to meet the registration deadlines and complete a TOEFL registration form.
Le test TFI est un produit de Educational Testing Service (ETS), chef de file dans la conception de tests psychométriques tels que TOEFL, TOEIC et SAT.
Ainsi, toutes les organisations académiques peuvent consolider les certificats de leurs étudiants par l’utilisation du test TFI qui permet de certifier leur score en langue française. Le score peut ainsi être inscrit également sur le CV pour certifier la valeur de la compétence en langue française acquise.
AMIDEAST/Morocco can assist with registration for a wide range of tests, including the GMAT®, GRE®, SAT®, and TOEFL®, the ITP (Institutional Testing Program) TOEFL and the ITP Pre-TOEFL, the TOEIC® (Test of English for International Communication) and TOEIC Bridge, and the CLEP® and DSST® examination series, among others.
AMIDEAST/Morocco maintains a supply of test bulletins, which are usually available free of charge, and you can use the Morocco Testing menu links to the left to learn more about each of the tests that are offered. You can also contact AMIDEAST/Morocco if you still have questions.
TOEFL. If English is not your native language, you must submit a TOEFL score. Many institutions require a minimum score of about 80 on the Internet-based (iBT) TOEFL, about 213 on the computer-based version of the TOEFL, or about 550 on the paper-based version for both undergraduate and graduate students to enter their academic programs. A few schools may not require the TOEFL if you completed high school or college in the United States or if you graduated from a four-year, degree-granting institution where English is the language of instruction.
SAT® I. The SAT I may be required of undergraduate applicants. No standard score is required; results are weighed with secondary school grades and other elements of the undergraduate application.
SAT® II. Each SAT II examination tests knowledge in a specific subject area. One or more may be required of some undergraduate applicants.
GRE®. Most graduate applicants are required to submit results on the Graduate Record Examination general test and sometimes subject tests as well. Some graduate programs require a minimum 450 verbal score; others may also have a 420 minimum required on the quantitative section.