SARA™ LEVEL 3 AdvanceD

11TH GRADE

What is SARA™ LEVEL 3 ADVANCED?

SARA™ LEVEL 3 is completed by all of our 11th graders and takes students to their final phase of test prep. Students will dive deeper into core concepts and work towards mastery of the Reading, Writing, and Math skills that will appear on the PSAT, SAT, and ACT.

LEVEL 3 ADVANCED includes an accelerated Math track while still maintaining our standard Reading and Writing curricula.

The best part is, each lesson is introduced by Ray Dass himself in a quick and simple video and reinforced by multiple practice questions!

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

All SARA™ Levels are divided into 3 tracks that directly mirror the sections of the PSAT, SAT, and ACT: Reading, Writing, and Math.

  • The Reading track develops mastery of Critical Thinking Skills and Reading Strategies that transcend the boundaries of these 3 tests. In this track, students will be exposed to classic fictional works from U.S. and World Literature, Scientific Studies and Articles, and Presidential Addresses! Even more importantly, students will read influential passages in The Great Global Conversation that are relevant to societal concerns today such as The Wealth of Nations, The Hypocrisy of Slavery, and the Presidential Women’s Equality Proclamation.
  • The Writing track uses as cumulative curriculum designed to develop mastery and fluency in Grammar by using real-world examples and easy to understand memory aids. This curriculum exposes students to a higher level of vocabulary, reshapes classic grammar rules, and reinforces the intricacies of the English language that are too often left out of conversational speech. This curriculum also builds off of the foundations created in Level 1 and 2 Writing so the knowledge never gets lost!
  • The Math track provides a detailed review of the most heavily tested concepts in Algebra 2, explores more advanced levels of Geometry, and refining the skills needed in Calculus and Statistics for these tests. This track aims to build mastery in a variety of mathematical situations by simplifying how we approach math.
FOR STUDENTS IN HONORS, CAMBRIDGE, AP OR IB MATH COURSES