In this module, you'll learn all of the concepts, techniques and strategies needed to answer geometry questions on any Test. In particular, this module covers:

- Lines
- Angles
- Area
- Circles
- Coordinate Geometry
- Perimeter
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Quadrilaterals
- Triangles
- Volume

There are many more rules you must memorize (area, perimeter, triangle ratios, etc.), and there's often a diagram accompanying the question. That doesn't mean you can treat geometry as completely separate from the rest of the math section, but there are a few issues to focus on.

## Memorize the FormulaeYou can't get around it. You have to know the 30:60:90 triangle ratio. You'll be tested on the area of a circle. There are plenty of Geometry questions that you can't fake your way through--if you don't know that basic content, you'll miss them. They can be cheap points, but only if you do the work. ## Apply the FormulaeThis sounds obvious, but bear with me. It takes some time to learn all the rules, but once you know them, there isn't much that the test can keep hidden. If there are triangles in a question, there are only so many rules that could possibly apply. If you're stuck on a geometry question, use the process of elimination. Think through all of the techniques you know that could possibly be relevant. One of them is probably what you need to use to solve the problem. |

- Numbers
- Highest Common Factor And Least Common Multiple
- Decimal
- Fractions
- Simplification
- Surds And Indices
- Chain Rule
- Square Root And Cube Root
- Ratio And Proportion
- Pipes And Cisterns
- Boats and Streams
- Problems on Trains
- Alligation or Mixtures
- Time and Distance
- Geometry
- Time and Work
- Simple Interest
- Problem Solving

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