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Assessment: Achievement Tests
, Educational Options: Early College
||California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE) (CA)
||Students who pass the CHSPE can earn the legal equivalent of a high school diploma. The CHSPE consists of two sections: an English-language Arts section and a Mathematics section. If students pass both sections of the CHSPE, the California State Board of Education will award a Certificate of Proficiency, which by state law is equivalent to a high school diploma (although not equivalent to completing all coursework required for regular graduation from high school).
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