Free Prep for CLEP Management?

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  1. emissary

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    This thread should appeal to the uberconservative and microfrugal. I have greatly exceeded my academic budget, but I still haven't ordered any prep for CLEP Management. This looks like an easier test, and I don't think it will take much. Does anyone have any links to any decent prep material for this test? It needs to be free. I love REA's, and will go that way if I must; I'm just trying to stop the bleeding.

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    I've gotten so used to just jumping on Amazon and ordering the REA books that I completely forgot about this site. Thanks! That's perfect!
     
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    For someone who has been in the workplace for any length of time, prep for this test is easy. The gist is connecting the names and theories to ideas that you have doubtless seen in your experience. If you have had any kind of management training, you will have an even easier time.

    The Barron's management book is a quicker read than the Barron's marketing and may be available from your library.
    The textbook site for the Robbins text will have much of what you need (note the overlap between this exam and OB, and this site has his OB text as well). IIRC this was all I used.

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    I reviewed your thread re: this test, and came to much the same conclusion myself. This strikes me as another topic that takes common sense concepts and assigns them names that are in bold face. I just need to be exposed to the particular nomenclature that is preferred by the writers of CLEP. It looks like free-clep-prep.com is the site for me here.
     
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