One may consider ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview (see http://www.languagetesting.com). It is offered over the phone, covers dozens of languages and is inexpensive. It was also evaluated for American Council on Education (ACE) Credit Evaluation Program. ACE credit is not as well-known as CLEP, but some colleges do accept it. My wife used it to satisfy A&S distribution for a 2nd Bachelor's at Excelsior College (exam-friendly accredited distance school). Would also work for Thomas Edison State College (a service you mentioned, College Plus, use them).
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Great post, Lee! I plan on taking the CLEP Spanish exam which is worth 12 college credits.
With more homeschool students learning Spanish, the CLEP Spanish test is a great way to earn a lot of credit. 12 credits is the equivalent of 10% of a bachelor's degree.
Any homeschool students who know Spanish and want to try a free Spanish CLEP practice test can try a few here:
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