If you are seeking help from a CLEP Introduction to Business Law course to help you reach for your academic goals, Varsity Tutors can help. Varsity Tutors offers private CLEP Introduction to Business Law classes that may help you boost your confidence going into exam day. The CLEP allows students who have learned the material covered in introductory-level college courses such as business law to demonstrate it on an exam. If you do well on the exam, you could bypass certain courses and earn college credit. The college credits you may earn could help you graduate college with a smaller student loan debt. You may want to seriously consider CLEP Introduction to Business Law prep courses to help you get the most out of your study time.
Your Introduction to Business Law courses will cover all of the information you need to prepare effectively. The table below has some information regarding the content and structure of the test:
|Topics||% of Test|
|History and Sources of American Law/Constitutional Law||5-10%|
|American Legal Systems and Procedures||5-10%|
Students will have 90 minutes to complete approximately 100 questions, meaning you will need to be fully focused if you intend to answer each question within the hour and a half time limit. A CLEP Introduction to Business Law prep course often includes practice exams that simulate the true test-taking experience. Once you are familiar with the format and how much time you have, you may find it easier to budget your time effectively.
Practice exams also might help you find the areas you are strong in, as well as those that you may need to go over again in a private CLEP Introduction to Business Law class. If you are able to concentrate on your unique needs, you could improve your study efficiency. The bulleted list below details the kinds of questions you may see on the test:
- Meanings of terms
- Formation of contracts
- Joint obligations
- Contracts for the benefit of third parties
- Statute of frauds
- Scopes and meanings of contracts
- Breach of contract and remedies
- Bar to remedies for breach of contract
- Discharge of contracts
- Illegal contracts
- Social responsibility of corporations
- Government regulation/administrative agencies
- Antitrust law
- Employment law
- Product liability
- Consumer protection
- International business law
- Agency, partnerships, and corporations
A private CLEP Introduction to Business Law class offers you one-on-one instruction with a knowledgeable and professional teacher. A CLEP Introduction to Business Law prep course does not come with any time limits, so you can focus as much time necessary on each section of the test. Your instructor can also cater your CLEP Introduction to Business Law prep class to meet your specific needs. For instance, someone who learns better by hearing things may benefit more from a Q&A more than a visual learning setting. Likewise, a visual learner may learn best from charts or diagrams that break down the procedures and policies in business law.
Varsity Tutors will do their best to match you with a tutor who has the schedule availabilities that you need. If you have certain time restrictions due to work, school, and other activities, we can do our best to find you an instructor who is available during your free times to minimize the risk of a conflict of schedule. Additionally, your sessions can be held using our Live Learning Platform from many devices including tablets, phones, and desktop computers. Digital study sessions can take some of the pressure off that you may feel when meeting an instructor in-person.
If you think that you are ready to learn more about the CLEP Introduction to Business Law prep classes Varsity Tutors has to offer, please reach out to an Educational Consultant today for more information.