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CLT (Classic Learning Test)


CLT was founded in 2015 by a team of educators, standardized test professionals, and diverse business experiences that sought to create a better way for students, families, and educators to display academic ability. Among standardized college entrance exams, the Classic Learning Test (CLT) provides the most accurate and rigorous measure of academic formation, accomplishment, and potential.

  • How long does it last?

    The actual time for the test will be two hours (120 minutes). The time is divided as follows: Verbal Reasoning (40 minutes), Grammar/Writing (35 minutes), and Quantitative Reasoning (45 minutes). During the time allotted for each particular section, the student must work only on that section and may not move to an earlier or later section.

  • How can I register for the test?

    If you want to test you must register on the web at

    The CLT is offered five times per year, and these five dates are set. Individual students who wish to take the CLT must register for one of these five dates at a convenient location. Test Sites are not required to offer the CLT for all five tests throughout the year. Check individual Test Site availability at registration.

  • What grade do I need in order to be accepted?

    We do not require a minimum test score. The test scores will be considered along with your whole academic record and a personal interview.

  • Where do I send my scores?

    You can send your scores to

    If you have not yet received official scores by the deadline for the submission of the application documents, you can send a copy of the unofficial scores got online and provide us with the official ones when they become available.

  • Schools that accept CLT qualifications as a mode of access.

    1. School of Humanities and Social Sciences: 92 points minimum.

    2. School of Law: 92 points minimum.

    3. School of Communication: 92 points at least for Audiovisual Communication and Journalism. 98 for Marketing.

    4. School of Economics and Business: 98 points minimum.

    5. School of Education and Psychology: 92 points as a minimum.

    6. ISSA: 92 points minimum.


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