CLEP* Study Guide
Principles of Management
The only study guide that teaches you what you need to know to pass the Principles of Management 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 Principles of Management CLEP exam covers the material that would generally be taught in an undergraduate introductory course on management. InstantCert's course for this subject helps you to gain an intimate familiarity with the terminology, concepts, and theories required to achieve a passing score on the exam.
Topics Covered in this Course
Organization and Human Resources
Human relations and motivation
Training and development
Recruiting and selecting
Compensation and benefits
Operational Aspects of Management
Operations planning and control
Quality management (e.g., TQM)
Information processing and management
Strategic planning and analysis
Functional Aspects of Management
Group dynamics and team functions
Social responsibilities of business
Management theories and theorists
Creativity and innovation
Customer Test Results for this Exam
1472 users submitted test results since January, 2006.
1393 of those users reported a passing score (95%).
Below are ten of the most recent user-submitted test results. These are unfiltered, real results that were submitted by InstantCert students:
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|Feb 27, 2024
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|Dec 18, 2023
|Dec 9, 2023
|Oct 28, 2023
|Oct 18, 2023
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