Arkansas 
Yes, Algebra I and Geometry. Biology I beginning 200708 school year. Additionally, the state will begin administering an Algebra II endofcourse assessment in Spring of 2008. 
District of Columbia 
Yes, District is developing endofcourse exams in Algebra I, geometry, biology and physics (or chemistry). 
Georgia 
Yes, state administers endofcourse assessments in Algebra I, Geometry, Biology and Physical Science. 
Indiana 
Yes, endofcourse exams in Algebra I, Algebra II and Biology
I are operational. A student
in a Core 40 class should take the related endofcourse assessment.
The Core 40 curriculum will become Indiana's default high school
curriculum effective with the Class of 2011 (entering freshmen in fall
2007). 
Kentucky 
Yes, the state is in the process of piloting endofcourse exams in Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II.

Louisiana 
Yes, state is phasing in endofcourse exams in eight subjects, starting with Algebra I during the 200708 school year. Endofcourse
exams in Geometry and Biology are to be developed and phased in over a
sixyear period starting in 2007. In the first years of administration, district participation will be voluntary. 
Maryland 
Yes, state has exit exams in Algebra/Data Analysis and Biology. Additionally, the state will administer an Algebra II exam beginning in May 2008. 
Massachusetts 
Yes, state administers endofcourse exams in Biology, Chemistry, Introductory Physics and Technology/Engineering. Additionally, the state will administer an Algebra II exam beginning in May 2008. 
Michigan 
Yes, by the 200809 school year, exams will be developed
in a number of high school subjects, including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, PreCalculus, Data and Statistics,
Earth Science, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Minnesota 
Yes, state will administer an endofcourse exam in life sciences beginning in Spring 2008.

Mississippi 
Yes, Algebra I and Biology I. 
Missouri 
Yes, A February 2007 state board decision
requires endofcourse exams to be developed in Algebra I
and Biology. These exams are to be piloted the 200708 school year
and implemented in 200809. The state also plans to develop
endofcourse assessments in Algebra II, Geometry,
Integrated Mathematics II and III, Physical Science and Chemistry by 2010.

New Jersey 
Yes, endofcourse biology and Algebra II assessments will first be administered in spring 2008. 
New York 
Yes, state administered Regents Examinations include assessment in Mathematics A, Mathematics B,
Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science and Living Environment. 
North Carolina 
Yes, state administers endofcourse exams in Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Biology,
Chemistry, Physics and Physical Science. 
Ohio 
Yes, state will administer an Algebra II endofcourse assessment beginning in 2008. 
Oklahoma 
Yes, state administers endofcourse exams in Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry and Biology I. 
Pennsylvania 
Yes, state will administer an Algebra II endofcourse assessment beginning in 2008. 
Rhode Island 
Yes, state will administer an endofcourse exam in Algebra II starting in 2008. 
South Carolina 
Yes, state administers endofcourse exams in Algebra I, Math for the Technologies 2 and Physical Science. Pending department support from the General Assembly, a revised Biology endofcourse assessment will be piloted in spring 2008 and implemented in spring 2009. 
Tennessee 
Yes, state administers endofcourse exams in Algebra I, Math for Technology II, Math Foundations I, Biology I, Biology for Technology and Physical Science. 
Texas 
Yes, state administers exit exams in Algebra I, Geometry and Biology. Additional exit exams are expected to be implemented in the coming years in Chemistry (2009), Physics (2010) and Algebra II (2011).

Utah 
Yes, state administers endofcourse exams in PreAlgebra, Elementary Algebra, Geometry, Applied Math I & II, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Earth Science. 2007 H.B. 155 directs an endofcourse exam in Intermediate Algebra to be developed. 
Virginia 
Yes, state administers endofcourse exams in Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Earth Science, Biology and Chemistry. 
West Virginia 
Yes, state will administer an Algebra I endofcourse, beginning in 200809. 