CLEP Human Growth and Development Exam
CLEP Human Growth and Development Examination Description
The Human Growth and Development examination (Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood, and Aging) spreads material that is by and large taught in a one-semester initial course in formative brain science or human advancement. A comprehension of the significant hypotheses and examination identified with the general classifications of physical improvement, psychological advancement, and social advancement is needed, similar to the capacity to apply this information.
The examination contains more or less 90 questions to be replied in an hour and a half. Some of them are pretest inquiries that won't be scored. At whatever time applicants spend on instructional exercises and giving individual data is notwithstanding the genuine testing time.
Knowledge and Skills Required for Taking the Test
Questions on the Human Growth and Development examination require candidates to demonstrate one or more of the following abilities.
• Knowledge of basic facts and terminology
• Understanding of generally accepted concepts and principles
• Understanding of theories and recurrent developmental issues
• Applications of knowledge to particular problems or situations
The subject matter of the Human Growth and Development examination is drawn from the following categories. For each category, several key words and phrases identify topics with which candidates should be familiar. The percentages next to the main categories indicate the approximate percentage of exam questions on that topic.