Has anyone else prepped for CLEP or Dantes with audiobooks? You can prep for almost any of the social science, literature, foreign language and history exams with audiobooks. I prepped for the Dantes Vietnam and Soviet Union exams with a combination of documentaries, recorded books and some regular reading. I did the same for the Clep Western Civilization I and II. Even if audiobooks don't suffice on their own, they are way to make your commutes or gym time productive. For histories, in my opinion. you can 99% prep with only audio/video sources. Here's my formula: First, listen to big survey histories (one or two at the most) then listen to a couple of biographies of major historical figures, then one or two historical novels (gives the historical names a personality), take a practice exam from a study guide. FINALLY, on the morning of the test, read an encyclopedia article of the War or period or nation (example: Vietnam War)...and you will pass with using only entertaining materials. Here's how I prepped for the Dantes Vietnam War: Listened to Stanley Karnow's Vietnam, Watched the PBS Vietnam: A Television History, reviewed a textbook, and read the Encarta and Encyclopedia Britannica articles on the topic. Anyone else do something similar?