CLEP* Study Guide
The only study guide that teaches you what you need to know to pass the Introductory Sociology exam (with no prior knowledge needed), and is constantly updated based on student feedback to guarantee you the best possible results.
About the CLEP* Exam
The Introductory Sociology CLEP exam covers the material that a student would generally learn in a one-semester undergraduate introductory sociology course. This exam is widely considered one of the easier CLEP exams and is a good exam to start with. Despite this reputation, it is important that you do not underestimate it. InstantCert's flashcards, studied thoroughly (i.e. truly understanding the concepts and the explanations presented rather than just memorizing the blanks), will provide you with the knowledge required to walk out of the testing center with a passing score.
Topics Covered in this Course
Collective behavior and social movements
Deviance and social control
Groups and organizations
Social Stratification (Process and Structure)
Power and social inequality
Professions and occupations
Race and ethnic relations
Sex and gender roles
The Sociological Perspective
History of sociology
Customer Test Results for this Exam
1959 users submitted test results since January, 2006.
1905 of those users reported a passing score (97%).
Below are ten of the most recent user-submitted test results. These are unfiltered, real results that were submitted by InstantCert students:
|Date of Exam||Result||Score|
|Apr 21, 2021||passed||59|
|Apr 16, 2021||passed||76|
|Apr 16, 2021||passed||63|
|Apr 9, 2021||passed||62|
|Apr 2, 2021||passed||54|
|Apr 2, 2021||passed||69|
|Mar 29, 2021||passed||57|
|Mar 29, 2021||passed||67|
|Mar 28, 2021||passed||72|
|Mar 22, 2021||passed||57|
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