This question is asked many times every day of the Test Center Team. Of course, the answer is none of the tests are easy; after all, you are taking tests to earn college level credit. But maybe there is a better choice that’s fits with your life experiences and previously gained knowledge.
For example, if you are an avid reader, maybe the CLEP Analyzing and Interpreting Literature would be a good option for you to consider. Perhaps you are a history-buff who thinks finding information about historical events is an interesting endeavor. Then maybe the DSST Civil War and Reconstruction, DSST History of the Vietnam War, the CLEP History of the United States I (Early Colonization to 1877), the CLEP History of the United States II (1865 to the Present), or DSST Western Europe since 1945 would be ideal choices for you to review. Or maybe you are fluent in several foreign languages; if so, then you should take a look at the New York University Foreign Language Proficiency tests – there are 49 languages offered ranging from Afrikaans to Yoruba.
Do you enjoy looking up into the night sky? Then consider the DSST Astronomy test. Are you are rock and gem stone collector? How about the DSST Physical Geology test? Do you have a passion for the sciences? Then review these test titles: CLEP Biology, CLEP Chemistry, DSST Here’s to your Health, CLEP Natural Sciences, and DSST Principles of Physical Science.
So what is the easiest test to take? The easiest test to take is the test that best fits your hobbies, life experiences, passion, and scholastic background. I am positive that among the numerous test titles available that at least one testing option will look like an opportunity created specifically for you!