Okay so for sociology here are my tips, Know the people involved in sociology and any theory or experiment or books they wrote(my test was rather heavy on these), know the terms and how they apply. Pretty simple stuff, I felt my test was on the harder side for this but still managed a 55 on it. I'd review the rea book once or twice more to firm up terms.
Originally Posted by lest007
On a side note: Don't let anxiety get to you on CLEP test, they are pass/fail and can only help you in the long run. Worst possible scenario you don't pass it. That's okay try again in three months. Also if this is your first CLEP test another tip is they are not intimidating at all. You will get questions you know right away and you **WILL** definitely get questions you haven't covered in studying. When you do don't freak out and think you don't know anything just eliminate whatever answers you can from what you do know and you can usually get it down to a 50/50 shot. The key to a CLEP test is a passing score not Acing it. Most of the CLEP tests I have taken started out with a really hard question or something I didn't study for. Don't worry about it just do the best you can on that question and move to the next one.
Hope this helps and good luck!
Started May 2016
Thomas Edison State University - BSBA: Accounting: 82/120
Targeting September 2017 Graduation
B&M: Personal Finance, Stats, Business Law I, Microeconomics, Quantitative Business Apps, Business Comm, Computer Concepts and Apps, Financial Accounting
CLEP: Sociology, Psychology, Marketing, College Comp Modular, Human Growth and Development
Institutes: Ethics 312
Aleks: Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, PreCalculus
Shmoop: U.S. History I, U.S. History II, Modern European History
Study.com: Principles of Finance, Advanced Accounting I, Applied Managerial Accounting, American Government, Macroeconomics, Principles of Management, Globalization and International Management
Oakton CC : Intermediate Accounting II
HVCC : Managerial Accounting
TECEP : Strategic Management