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Course SummaryLet us help you get ready to take the ASSET Geometry Test with the helpful tools provided in this practice course. Our video and text lessons are accessible 24 hours a day on your mobile device and act as a comprehensive study guide you can use to study anytime that's convenient.
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About This Course
Get ready for the ASSET Geometry Test by taking the time to watch the instructor-driven online video lessons within this course. Each outlines a different aspect of geometry, including geometric theorems and the properties and angles of geometric shapes. You might use the course to reinforce what you've already learned in the classroom or to gain skills in areas that are still unfamiliar to you. As a result, you could earn a better score on the test. The course covers:
- Fundamental concepts in geometry
- Line segments and various angles
- Properties of shapes, such as triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons and circles
- Working with complex and similar figures
- The creation of geometric shapes
- The circumference, area and perimeter of geometric figures
About the ASSET Geometry Test
Utilized by hundreds of community and technical educational institutions, ASSET Tests were created by ACT, Inc. to gauge students' knowledge in specific academic areas, including reading, writing and arithmetic, and help determine their placement in their college courses. The advanced mathematics tests are designed to determine what you know about elementary, intermediate and college algebra as well as geometry. In short, the ASSET Geometry Test will measure whether or not you're able to understand high school-level geometry principles. The tests are administered on paper, and you'll have 25 minutes to answer the 25 multiple-choice questions.
ASSET Geometry Test Registration and Preparation
Registration for the examination includes the payment of a registration fee. Online registration is the preferred method, although mail registrations are acceptable for applicants who are under 13 and unable to pay the fee with a credit card. When you create an ACT Web account on the ACT website, you can choose a testing center and print out an admission ticket for the ASSET Geometry Test.
This course can help you to prepare for the ASSET Geometry Test by presenting you with videos that cover the basics of geometry. Make sure to take the lesson quizzes because they include the same sorts of questions you could find on assessment. You'll be allowed to use a calculator during the examination, but the use of electronic devices such as hand-held computers and organizers are not permitted.
ASSET Geometry Test Scoring and Score Reports
Immediate test scores are made available in one of three ways. The first option uses self-score answer documents and doesn't involve a computer or a scoring machine. The second option through machine score with a stand-alone scanner. Option three is the microcomputer database system. In addition to your scores, you'll receive transfer planning, student advising and educational planning reports.
ASSET Geometry Test: Triangles
Total questions: 12
Time to complete: Approximately 12 minutes
What you'll study: This course includes lessons on the properties of triangles and right triangles as well as triangle congruence postulates and the Angle-Angle-Side theorem. You can also learn to find a triangle's interior and exterior angles.
ASSET Geometry Test: Circles
Total questions: 6
Time to complete: Approximately 6 minutes
What you'll study: Learn to identify and create inscribed and circumscribed shapes, discover the theorems of central and inscribed angles, and explore the properties of shapes in this course.
ASSET Geometry Test: Lines
Total questions: 3
Time to complete: Approximately 3 minutes
What you'll study: Develop the ability to differentiate between obtuse, straight, right and acute angles, and discover how to measure rays and line segments in these lessons.
ASSET Geometry Test: Other Figures
Total questions: 4
Time to complete: Approximately 4 minutes
What you'll study: Get information about algebraic laws, geometric proofs, the parts of polygons, and the properties of parallelograms and rhombuses. The course will also review how to measure the area of figures, and construct simple and complex geometric shapes.
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