In Spring of your junior year you participated in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) in English Language Arts/Literacy and mathematics. Your school may provide you with your CAASPP and EAP results within 2-4 weeks after all schools in the district have completed testing. This report indicates how you performed on the grade eleven CAASPP.
The earlier you know your EAP status during your senior year of high school, the sooner you can start preparing and building the skills you'll need for CSU English and mathematics courses. So find out about your CAASPP EAP status as soon as you can.
The CAASPP overall score can be used to provide an early indicator of your readiness for college-level coursework.
CAASPP EAP Result
What it means
Ready for English and/or Math college-level coursework
You are ready to enroll in for-credit courses at the CSU. You must apply to CSUDH and meet admissions requirements.
Conditionally Ready for English and/or Math college-level coursework
“Conditionally Ready” means you must complete one of the approved senior year-long English and/or Math courses during the 12th grade with a grade “C” or better.
CSUDH will assume you are completing an approved course. Students who are not must adhere to the CSU Placement Test deadline.
The approved 12th grade ENGLISH courses are:
Approved 12th grade MATH courses are those with a prerequisite of Algebra II or Integrated Math III, including:
Standard Nearly Met/Not Met
Level 2/Level 1
Not demonstrating readiness for English and/or college-level coursework
You are not ready to take English college level courses upon admission to the CSU. You must take the CSU Placement Test by the deadline.
EPT and ELM test scores determine which math and English courses students are eligible to take at a CSUDH. The 2017 EPT/ELM test dates recommended are January 28, February 11, March 4, March 18, and April 1, 2017. Visit ETE for Placement Test registration or the CSUDH Testing Office.
If you're planning on attending CSUDH or any CSU campus, you may earn an exemption from taking the required CSU English and/or Entry Level Mathematics Placement Test by completing one of the following with the indicated results or scores.
English Placement Test (EPT) - Exemptions are granted only to those who present proof of one of the following:
Entry Level Mathematics (ELM) - Exemptions are granted only to those who present proof of one of the following: