CAASPP Student Report, which should arrive by mail in late summer. Students can also
determine their EAP Status through this website.
Listed below are the EAP math statuses. To learn more about your EAP status, click the corresponding link below.
Ready for CSU or participating CCC college-level mathematics courses
- Stay in math as a senior to maintain your skills.
- Ask your counselor to help you choose math classes to prepare for your college major.
- You demonstrated readiness at this point in time on the EAP math test.
- You need to continue to take math (Algebra II or higher) in your senior year to be ready for the CSU next year.
- Check the Conditional Status page to learn more about your options.
- Improve your skills by continuing to take math as a senior.
- Your test cannot be scored because you did not identify the test type (Algebra, Algebra II Summative Math, etc.).
Students who take part in the Early Assessment Program (EAP) will receive a CAASPP Student Report in August of their senior year informing them of their EAP English status. Students can also determine their EAP status online through this website.
Listed below are the EAP English statuses and a brief overview of their meaning. To learn more, click the corresponding link below.
- Congratulations! Your EAP score means you are ready for college level English.
- Students with a conditional status have demonstrated readiness at this point in time for English at the CSU. However, they will need to take an appropriate English course in the senior year to ensure that they continue to be ready.
Not yet demonstrating readiness for CSU or participating CCC college-level English courses
- Must participate in Early Start.