Do you have to use CLEP on your transcript if you don't want to?"
My advice is that you don't take the test for real unless you are sure he can pass. Having a passing score helps, but it's not necessary.
When your child takes the test, you can choose ahead of time to send the score or not send the score. If you send scores later, after you know they pass, it costs more money. Here's my tips: be SURE they will pass first, by making sure they get a good score at home on a sample test. And if you feel insecure at all, don't submit scores until you see them - it's worth the extra money.
If your child takes and does NOT pass a CLEP exam, does the college board report that to colleges that the child applies to?
When homeschoolers take classes outside the home, or use a tutor, the transcript can seem a little complicated. You can make it easily understandable by simply using acronyms for outside classes.
With the occurrence of the pandemic, many colleges have gone to being 'test optional' or 'test blind'. But what does that really mean? And, does it affect your chances at