Earn College Credit with REA’s Test Prep for CLEP Financial Accounting
Everything you need to pass the exam and get the college credit you deserve.
REA leads the way in helping students pass their College Board CLEP exams and earn college credit while reducing their tuition costs.
With 25+ years of experience in test prep for the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), REA is your trusted source for the most up-to-date test-aligned content. Whether you’re an adult returning to finish your degree, a traditional-age college student, a military service member, or a high school or home-schooled student looking to get a head start on college and shorten your path to graduation, CLEP is perfect for you.
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Prep for success on the CLEP Financial Accounting exam with REA’s personalized three-step plan: (1) focus your study, (2) review with the book, and (3) measure your test-readiness.
Our Book + Online prep gives you all the tools you need to make the most of your study time:
REA is America’s recognized leader in CLEP preparation. Our test prep helps you earn valuable college credit, save on tuition, and accelerate your path to a college degree.
- Diagnostic exam: Pinpoint what you already know and what you need to study.
- Targeted subject review: Learn what you’ll be tested on.
- Two full-length practice exams: Zero in on the topics that give you trouble now so you’ll be confident and prepared on test day.
- Glossary of key terms: Round out your prep with must-know vocabulary.
About the AuthorDonald P. Balla
is Professor of Business, Emeritus, at John Brown University. His 29-year career at John Brown saw him teach an array of subjects that included business, law, tax and nonprofit accounting, communications, and ethics and economics. He is now a partner with the Balla & Naylor Law Firm, which provides immigration legal services.
Following high school, he joined the U.S. Navy as a boatswain’s mate. Serving in the Vietnam War for over two years, Balla then returned stateside, deciding to hitchhike across the United States and Mexico.
He is a self-described educational experimenter and divergent thinker who was recognized as an outstanding teacher of the year in 2005.
Mr. Balla earned a bachelor's degree in music composition from Southern Illinois University; a master's in music composition from Florida State University; an M.S. in financial services from The American College; and a J.D. from the University of Arkansas.