I assume that it would be the same as if using the GI Bill to cover your CLEPs and DSSTs. I think you don't have to be enrolled in school, but when you take the exams you will pay up front and then submit for reimbursment. My wife uses a Generic GI Bill form that goes to the VA when doing that to get back her money. I would call the Texas VA office that deals with the Hazelwood act to get their version of the reimbursment form if they have one, and to find out exactly how the process works with them.
I'm giving my Hazelwood act to my daughter since I don't need it anymore.
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