CLT10 Exam

Online College Preparatory Exam

The CLT10 is an online college prep exam for 9th and 10th graders. An alternative to the PSAT®, the exam can be taken in-school or at home with a parent proctor.

If you are a school administrator seeking to administer the CLT10 to your students, please visit this page for available test dates and ordering instructions.

CLT10 Exam – At a Glance

Online preparatory assessment for 9th and 10th graders

Contains three sections: Verbal Reasoning, Grammar & Writing, and Quantitative Reasoning

Students can qualify for awards and scholarships



2 Hours




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Upcoming Test Dates for CLT10



Tuesday February 7, 2023

Registration Deadline: February 2, 2023

Gordon College

This CLT10 is sponsored by Gordon College. To receive a full fee waiver fill out the form by clicking the logo above.

This test will be available from February 7th to February 8th, 2023.

Score Release: Tuesday, February 14th



Tuesday April 18, 2023

Registration Deadline: April 13, 2023

Benedictine College

This test is sponsored by the Benedictine College.

This test will be available from April 18th to April 19th, 2023.

Score Release: Tuesday, April 25th

The New Standard for Preparatory Assessments

The CLT10 serves as a college preparatory exam, helping students hone their skills and target areas of weakness before taking the CLT, our college entrance exam.

See why so many students are choosing to take the CLT10 instead of other college prep exams.

Qualify for a $2,500 Scholarship

Students who take the CLT10 are eligible for the National Award, a $2,500 scholarship to a CLT partner college.

Test Day Expectations

Find out system requirements, proctoring guidelines, and what is expected on the day you take the CLT10.

Register for Your Free CLT Account

The first step toward taking the CLT10 is to create a free account. With your account, you can sign up for a test, try a practice exam, and take your test.

Frequently Asked Questions

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“The literature and grammar sections of the CLT10, in particular, contained well-written and relevant content which left me wanting to read the entire works, not just the excerpts on the test. I appreciate the verbal and writing selections; it gave the CLT10 an almost relaxing feel to it that I didn’t have on the ACT. I would take this test again rather than any other standardized test.”

CLT10 Test Taker

“I enjoyed taking the CLT10. I was a bit nervous, but upon starting the test, I felt more relaxed and was able to get into a fairly steady rhythm. I actually enjoyed reading some of the excerpts in the Verbal Reasoning and Grammar/Writing sections. It was a great practice test for the CLT itself, and I feel pretty confident about taking that one in the future.”

CLT10 Test Taker

“Do not read, as children do, to amuse yourself, or like the ambitious, for the purpose of instruction…No, read in order to live.”

Gustave Flaubert

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