Hello all, I currently have 31 credits from my local community college. I currently work in IT, and have about 7 years of experience. However, I've decided to switch it up a bit and would like to apply for the NYPD. They require 60 credits. I've been doing a bit of research and I've found a few options. 1. FEMA credits 2. CLEP 3. Find a school that would evaluate work\life experience. (The local community college offers this, but its pretty steep and could take 2-3 months as per the Dean) I've read that FEMA credits can be transfered to TESC. The whole process can take up to 4-6 weeks. If I go the CLEP route, I am thinking about the following exams: 1) Spanish (I am Latino, and speak/write almost fluently, however I have not taken a class in Spanish since High School) 2) Information Systems & Computer Applications ( Like I stated earlier, I work in IT, but I know I would have to brush up on some things just in case) 3) Something in History or Social Sciences ( I love History and I am very good at remembering dates, also, I just completed Western Civ I. Since it is still fresh in my mind, I may want to look into Western Civ II). What do you guys think? Any help would be greatly appreciated.