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    Default How does DSST scoring work?

    I know the CLEP scoring system is pretty close to requiring that we get 50% of the questions right. But what about DSST? I'm trying to round out my degree and want to snipe some of the easier DSSTs as electives. Intro to World Religions says that the ACE is 400. What is that equal to? Thanks!
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    Many thanks to CooperAlex for finding this brochure on the new DSST site:

    http://getcollegecredit.com/assets/p...am_Scoring.pdf

    This has a great explanation of the new scoring system and says you'll need 46-50% correct to pass this particular exam.

    This may be helpful too:

    http://www.getcollegecredit.com/imag...v_20100108.pdf
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    jugglingcliff is offline Squire
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    Thanks a bunch! With only 46-50% that should be pretty easy.
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    Principles of Microeconomics
    Social Sciences and History
    Humanities
    Principles of Marketing
    Natural Sciences
    Introductory Sociology
    Introductory Psychology
    Computer Applications and Information Services
    English Composition General
    Principles of Management
    American Government
    American Literature
    College Mathematics
    US History I
    US History II
    Western Civ II
    Western Civ I
    College Algebra
    Biology
    Analyzing and Interpreting Lit.

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