Early Assessment Program (EAP)/Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments/California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)

Students who participated in the Early Assessment Program (EAP)/Smarter Balanced through California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) while in high school may be able to use EAP/Smarter Balanced results to place into SRJC English and math courses. Please refer to the chart below to help define the required SRJC Procedure. 


English EAP Status

Student Assessment
Course Placement
SRJC Procedure

Standard Exceeded: Ready for English college-level coursework.

English 1A

Student submits their EAP test results to Student Success & Assessment Services. Student is eligible to enroll in English 1A.

Standard Met Conditionally:  Ready for English college-level coursework. Obtain full "Ready" status by taking an approved English full-year, senior year course and pass it with a "C" or higher.

 

Conditionally - English 1A

Student submits their EAP test result with (Unofficial) High School Transcript and requests an EAP Conditional Review to Student Success & Assessment Services. Students who receive a Conditional Readiness for English should enroll in one of these courses and pass with a grade of C or better in both semesters during their high school senior year: AP English; IB English; ERWC (Expository Reading and Writing Course); or course approved for extra Honors credit by the University of California. Students with a Conditional Readiness on the EAP who do not take one of these English courses in their senior year must take the college's assessment test for English and/or math.

Standard Nearly Met: Not yet demonstrating readiness for English college-level coursework.

 

Student takes English Placement Test to determine enrollment.

Standard Not Met: Not demonstrating readiness for English college-level coursework.

  Student takes English Placement Test to determine enrollment.

Math EAP Status

Student Assessment
Course Placement
SRJC Procedure

Standard Exceeded: Ready for math college-level coursework.

Math 9, 10, 15, 16, 25, 58, 27

Student submits their EAP test results to Student Success & Assessment Services. Student is eligible to enroll in Math 9, 10, 15, 16, 25, 27, and 58.

Standard Met: Conditionally Ready for math college-level coursework. Obtain full "Ready" status by taking an approved math full-year, senior year course and pass it with a "C" or higher.

Conditionally - Math 9, 10, 15, 16, 25, 58, 27

Student submits their EAP test result with (Unofficial) High School Transcript and requests an EAP Conditional Review to Student Success & Assessment Services. Students who receive a Conditional Readiness for Mathematics should enroll in one of these courses and pass with a grade of C or better in both semesters during their high school senior year: Trigonometry and Math Analysis; Pre-Calculus; Calculus; AP Calculus AB; AP Calculus BC; AP Statistics; or AP Physics. Students who do not satisfy these conditions in their senior year must take the college's assessment test for mathematics placement.

Standard Nearly Met: Not yet demonstrating readiness for math college-level coursework.

 

Student take appropriate Math Placement Test to determine enrollment.

Standard Not Met: Not demonstrating readiness for math college-level coursework. 

 

Student takes appropriate Math Placement Test to determine enrollment.


EAP/Smarter Balanced is valid 2 years after the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) test.