Frequently Asked Questions

Our Suite of Assessments

What’s the difference between the CLT, the CLT10, and CLT3-8?
How much does it cost to take the CLT, CLT10, and CLT3-8?
Are CLT exams only for students who have received a classical education?
I graduated a while ago. Can I take the CLT?
Can international students take the CLT?
Is CLT religiously or politically affiliated?


How do I register for an exam?
Do you offer financial assistance or discounts?
I’m registering multiple children for exams. Do I need to file a separate registration for each one?
If I’ve already registered for a test, can I cancel or reschedule for a different test date?
If I miss my test date and want to re-register, will my payment roll over to my new registration?
I have already taken the SAT/ACT. Can I take the CLT as well?

Testing Accommodations

Does CLT accommodate people with disabilities?
What testing accommodations are offered on the CLT10 and CLT?
Do I need to reapply for my accommodations each time I test?
Will my test scores show that I received accommodations?
In what languages are CLT exams available?


When can I take the CLT?
How often can I take the CLT?
Can I take CLT exams at home?
Who proctors the CLT?
Can students take the tests on their own devices?
Can I bring a calculator?
How long does the test take? How much time is allotted to each section?
Is there an essay portion of the CLT?
Will I be penalized for guesses or wrong answers?
Can I leave the exam if I finish early?


How are exams scored?
How do CLT scores equate to SAT or ACT scores?
How do CLT10 scores equate to PSAT scores?
When will scores be released?
If students want to improve their score, can they retake an exam?

College Admissions

Is the CLT accepted by all colleges?
Are CLT scores sent directly to partnering colleges?
What if the college I want to attend does not accept the CLT?
Why should I take the CLT if I have already taken or plan to take the ACT/SAT?