CLEP Analyzing and Interpreting Literature About 80 multiple-choice questions in 90 minutes. There is an optional essay that is not required by the Big Three. Official Analyzing and Interpreting Literature Exam Description http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/clep/ex_ail.html I scored a 78/80 on this exam. I used the below book to prepare. A few questions will deal with literary terms, so it will help to review them. Taking the practice tests in the book and online was very helpful. Also, I got to the testing site about an hour before my exam to review the book and answer some practice exam questions; it helped me to get in the right frame of mind for the exam. The exam is simply reading and then analyzing and interpreting literature. If you do well on the practice tests, then you are ready for the real exam. REA Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP Test Prep http://www.amazon.com/CLEP-Analyzing-Interpreting-Literature-REA/dp/0878918973/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1230427928&sr=1-2 My local library purchased the above book when I requested that it be purchased. My local library purchases about half of the books that I request. I request two books per month, and they buy one. It doesn't hurt to ask. Literary Terms http://www.masconomet.org/teachers/trevenen/litterms.htm http://mrbraiman.home.att.net/lit.htm http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/lit_terms/ Online Practice Tests My local library provides free access to Peterson’s practice exams via their website. Check your local library for availability. If they don’t offer it, then request it. Also: http://www.guidancenet.com/dod/DODHubPage.aspx?sponsor=12894&HubPage=9 I have read many opinions on this exam, and I agree, that it is on the easy side and is a great place to begin your credit by examination journey. Good luck.