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If you are an undergraduate student, you have likely come to realize the numerous draws on your time. Commitments to studies, extracurriculars, and a job can add up quickly. With such a demanding schedule, the appeal of receiving credit for knowledge you have gained outside of the classroom can become huge. The CLEP exam in business law is roughly equivalent to one semester of university-level study in this field, making it a highly worthwhile endeavor for those intent on pursuing business or pre-law studies. CLEP Introduction to Business Law tutoring offers individualized, one-on-one instruction for any prospective student, no matter his or her current familiarity with the content or test. Whether you are returning to school after years in a career or are hoping to capitalize on internship or homeschooling experiences, tutors' knowledge and flexible scheduling can help you reach your goals through CLEP Introduction to Business Law tutoring, which is available nationwide.
The CLEP Introduction to Business Law exam covers the history of American business law, the legal system and its procedures, the function of contracts, sales, and a number of other topics. The test asks about 100 questions in 90 minutes. A considerable portion of the exam covers contracts, including joint obligations and term definitions, which can play a large role in the world of business and business law. The test also covers the legal environment, including ethics, government regulation, and specific branches of law. Understanding the relationships between different types of practice and their roles in the world of business is a comprehensive skill to master, and one that may not come easily to some students.