Early Assessment Program (EAP)

The Early Assessment Program (EAP) lets you know if you are ready for college-level work in English and mathematics at the end of your junior year of high school.  The early signal gives you the opportunity to improve your skills during your senior year or the summer before attending a CSU or community college.

Where can I find out more about the EAP?

In the video below 5 high school students talk about the benefits of the Early Assessment Program. Scroll down to play the video, or go to the transcript, or skip the video.

Watch the video below for an overview of the EAP and its importance in helping you prepare for college.  Further information about the Math EAP and English EAP are also available.

EAP Video on Youtube CAASP

How do I determine my EAP Status?

Your school may provide you with your CAASPP results within 2-4 weeks after all schools in the district have completed testing. There are two ways to determine your EAP status:

What do my EAP math and English statuses mean?

Click the links below for details about each EAP status.

What can I do now to get ready for college?

Math

Create a personalized step-by-step guide to prepare for college-level math.

English

Create a personalized step-by-step guide to prepare for college-level English