After students have taken the EAP, they will receive their results in their CAASPP
Student Reports, which are sent to student's home.
EAP Statuses Under CAASPP :
- Standard Exceeded = Ready Status (Level 4)
- Standard Met = Conditionally Ready Status (Level 3)
- Standard Nearly Met = Not Yet Demonstrating Readiness (Level 2)
- Standard Not Met = Not Demonstrating Readiness (Level 1)
Other ways you can be EAP Conditional:
SAT: 520 - 560 on the Mathematics SAT Test
ACT: 20 - 22 on the Mathematics Test
SAT: 510 - 540 on the Evidenced Based Reading and Writing SAT test
ACT: 19 - 21 on the English Test
What math class will meet my Conditionally Ready Status?
As a conditionally ready student, you can meet the ELM Requirement by taking an approved
year-long math course in your senior year and earning a grade of “C-” or better(effective
for Fall 2018 freshmen.) The following high school courses have been approved:
- Trigonometry and Math Analysis
- AP Calculus AB
- AP Calculus BC
- AP Statistics
- AP Physics
Any other year-long high school math course with Algebra 2 or Integrated Math III
as a prerequisite is approved.
What English class will meet my Conditionally Ready Status?
Obtain full “Ready” status by taking one of these full-year, senior year courses and
pass it with a grade of “C-” or higher (effective for Fall 2018 freshmen.) Be sure
to select a course taught by a certified instructor.
- Expository Reading and Writing Course (ERWC) - Adopted as a full year course in the
12th grade being taught by a certified instructor.
- International Baccalaureate (IB) English
- Advanced Placement—Language and Composition or Literature and Composition
- English course approved for extra honors weight on the University of California "a-g"
Doorways course list.