College-Prep, Level 2 courses are designed for students (a) whose SDRT Comprehension is approximately two years above grade level and (b) whose SWT or other writing portfolio submissions have received a minimum holistic rating of six on a 10-point scale by members of the Department. Although the tasks at this level are less rigorous than those at level one, students are nonetheless well prepared for either post-secondary education or verbal proficiency in technical careers.

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College-Prep, Level 4 courses are designed for students whose SDRT Comprehension score is below grade level but not within the remedial range. The most general goal at this level is the strengthening of reading, writing, and language skills in a setting that adjusts instructional tasks, materials, and pace to accommodate observed deficits. At this level, teachers more actively intervene in both the reading and writing processes than they do at the other college-preparatory. levels.

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Final Exam Guides
These are not meant to be completely inclusive. And everything that is on the guide is not necessarily on the exam. However, these topics will give you some direction.