Ch 26: TACHS: Introduction to Geometry

About This Chapter

Renew or expand your knowledge of geometric shapes using the lessons in our Introduction to Geometry chapter. Use these lessons to build your confidence and refresh your skills as you prepare for the TACHS exam.

TACHS: Introduction to Geometry - Chapter Summary

Brush up on your abilities with plane and solid figures as you work through the lessons in this chapter. The following topics are included in the videos:

  • Geometry: definition and explanation
  • Plane figures and basic shapes
  • Shapes in three dimensions

Each of our lessons is followed by a short quiz that will help you measure your understanding of what you have learned. These quizzes, along with the exam at the end of the chapter, will give you a clear picture of your strong and weak points. You will need a convenient place to keep track of your progress as you work your way through the lessons. Our dashboard feature helps you stay organized so that you will always know where you stand.

TACHS: Introduction to Geometry Objectives

The TACHS exam, an admissions test required by many Catholic high schools, is composed of subtests in four content areas. These are reading, writing, math and general reasoning. The lessons in our Introduction to Geometry chapter are intended to help you prepare for the mathematics subtest.

The TACHS test is taken using paper and pencil, so you will need to have two sharpened #2 pencils with you. All of the questions are multiple-choice. Below each question or problem, you will find a list of several possible responses. From these, you must choose the response that best answers the question.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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