Im 38, I live in Southern California. I am in the music business and have done ok, but I want to do something less subjective and with more honorable people lol. YES, lawyers are far more honorable than anyone in the music industry. At the behest of a bigtime lawyer friend and my doctor wife, I have decided to finally get my law degree, pass the bar, and practice. But I need a bachelors first before I can get into a law school. I never attended college. Anyway, There isn't much they are going to teach me that I need or care to know regarding my life and law practice, so I am looking to get the bachelors in a year, by testing out as much as possible. Doesn't matter in which area, just the soonest, easiest way I can to get the degree. Obviously I will go to one of the big three, I need to know where to begin. Which CLEPS do I start with, do I take CLEPS before I even contact a college? What order, so I don't waste any tests etc. Assume (correctly) that I don't know a damn thing about how all this works. Thank you all.