Related site: Early Assessment Program
The Early Assessment Program is an option taken by high school students as an addition to the California Standards Tests and counts as a high school equivalent of ELM and EPT. The EAP is a collaborate effort with the State Board of Education, the California Department of Education and the California State University (CSU). The EAP provides opportunities for high school students in the 11th grade to measure their readiness in English and mathematics for college-level studies and then receive services in the 12th grade to improve their skills.
Early Assessment Program
The Early Start Program is required for incoming freshmen who have not demonstrated proficiency in English and/or mathematics. Students begin remediation prior to the term for which they have been admitted, e.g., summer prior to fall. The program seeks to better prepare students in math and English, before the fall semester of freshman year and ultimately improve a students' chances of successful completion of a college degree.
Early Start Program
ELM: Entry Level Mathematics. Focus on Mathematics provides information about the entry level mathematics requirement of the CSU (ELM test).
EPT: English Proficiency Test. Focus on English provides information about the entry level English requirement of the CSU (EPT test).