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- Arizona State University - Masters, Biology, General

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- ACT English: 35
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- ACT Composite: 34
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Varsity Tutors can help you get more out of your classwork or test preparation process by connecting you with an experienced geometry tutor. Geometry tutors provide a unique way to make academic progress in this subject area due to the one-on-one environment in which geometry tutoring takes place. If you've ever spent time searching online for "geometry tutoring near me," then you may already know how much a private tutor can add to your study sessions. Instead of continuing to look for "geometry tutors near me," you can easily get started with a private tutor by contacting us today. Read on to get more information on how a tutor can supplement your learning plan.

**What Is Geometry?**

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Focused on homework covering different types of triangles and how to classify them according to sides (scalene, isosceles, or equilateral) and angle (acute, obtuse, right).
Reinforced isolating the variable by doing the opposite (square root for squared, division for multiplication, and vice-versa).
Learned about Pythagorean theorem and how to solve problems with right angles and two side lengths.

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The student and I studied for a geometry test that he had the next day on segment rules in circles. We worked through many example problems for each type of question and the student felt he was more prepared for the test after our session.

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We went over an assessment study guide, and spent some time on her Geometry classwork. The Geometry work involved volume of a pyramid and cone, along with some basic trigonometric functions. We also reviewed some techniques in solving problems that were on her study guide.

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I helped the student cover special angles and length ratios for secants and tangents of a circle. We started with some easy examples, then did a couple word problems using these geometric equations. He understood this material well, and his algebra has improved with regards to solving these problems. Good session.

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We covered special right triangles (45-45-90 and 30-60-90) and the trigonometric ratios associated with them. We also reviewed square roots and rationalizing denominators. The student was able to understand special right triangles without any problems. After reviewing the operations of square roots, she was able to successfully complete all problems related to special right triangles.

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The student had a take home test that she needed help with on arc lengths, sectors, and area ratios of polygons. She understands the concepts, but was having trouble applying them to some of the problems on the test. Once I walked her through how to set it up, she was able to solve the problems easily.

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If you'd like to get more out of your geometry coursework, then you can easily do so by signing up for geometry tutoring provided by Varsity Tutors. Working with geometry tutors provides a unique way to make academic progress in the subject area thanks to the one-on-one setting that it takes place in. This means that you can get an expert's guidance on the specific geometry topics that are giving you the most trouble. In the sections below, you'll get a closer look at the subject and what a geometry tutor can do to help you develop a better understanding of it.

What is Geometry?

Geometry is one of the oldest fields of mathematical study. In fact, it has roots that date back to the 6th century BC. The field of study started gaining real momentum in the 3rd century BC after Euclid, the famous mathematician, published his collection of proofs and postulates entitled Euclid's Elements. This monumental collection of Euclid's work set a course for the field of study that has guided geometry through the present day. The subject deals primarily with questions of shape and size. Geometry is also focused on the various properties of space and the position of different figures relative to one another.

Today, there are a number of sub-disciplines within the broader field of geometry. For example, you may be studying Euclidean geometry, which is what many consider to be "classic" geometry. Euclidean geometry focuses on things like points, angles, and lines. Or, perhaps you're studying differential geometry. This sub-discipline uses core topics in calculus to drive a deeper understanding of complex geometric problems. Another geometric field is called topology. Topology is distinguished by its focus on the geometric properties of objects that aren't changed through continuous mappings. Finally, computational geometry is a rising sub-discipline of geometry. This field of study examines how algorithms can influence and impact the manipulation of geometric objects.

Whichever field of geometry you're currently studying, Varsity Tutors can connect you with an experienced geometry tutor who can help you develop a better understanding of it. Geometry tutors can take you on a step-by-step journey through the most important topics in the geometry topic that you're learning. Getting started with a private tutor is an easy thing to do when you contact us directly. Consider doing so if you think that you would benefit from this type of academic assistance.

How is Geometry Taught Today?

Education systems have changed a lot since Euclid first published his monumental collection of geometry studies. Today, students begin studying geometry at an early age. In fact, the seeds of geometry are first sown when students start learning about shapes. From there, a child will gradually learn more and more about the subject area as they progress with their education. Students typically start learning about the technical aspects of geometry when they're in middle school.

If you have a middle school student who's studying geometry, then you can look to the Common Core standards for 8th-grade students to find out whether or not they've learned enough about the subject to successfully continue studying it in high school. For example, your student should be able to solve problems that involve shapes like cylinders, spheres, and cones. They should know the formula for these types of problems and be able to solve them successfully. They should also know the Pythagorean Theorem and be able to apply it to solve problems. Some of the other geometry topics that middle school students should know include congruence and similarity, reflections, translations, rotations, and more.

If you think that your student doesn't have a solid understanding of the topics mentioned above, then you may be interested in getting them started with geometry tutoring. Working with a private instructor can give them the focused help they need to match and move beyond the Common Core standards for 8th-grade geometry students. The next section will provide a closer look at the specific ways geometry tutors can supplement you or your child's education.

How Can Tutoring Help?

As touched on previously, tutoring is a unique way to make academic gains in a subject that you're struggling with. One of the key reasons for this is the one-on-one setting that it takes place in. You can get started with a geometry tutor who can meet with you individually and set up a lesson plan that is customized based on your specific academic needs. You'll be able to work through each session with your instructor at your own pace and can stop to ask for additional guidance whenever you need to.

For example, are you having a tough time with Euclidean geometry? If so, then your instructor can break down the topics that you're struggling with into easy-to-understand lessons that can help you overcome the difficulties you've been having. You could get help with classic geometric topics such as the study of lines, points, and angles. This creates a personalized learning experience where your needs always remain the top priority. The amount of individualized attention that you can get through geometry tutoring is what sets it apart from other academic opportunities.

You may be interested in working with a private geometry instructor but worried about how you would fit it into your schedule. However, when you reach out to Varsity Tutors to find your instructor, we'll make every effort to connect you with one who can work around your existing obligations. This ensures that you can sign up to get the academic assistance that you're looking for without having to make too many sacrifices in the other important parts of your life. Consider reaching out to us today if you're ready to get started with this process.

Geometry and Testing

Even if you're not currently taking a geometry class, you may still benefit from working with a private geometry instructor. This is because the subject is often tested on important standardized exams. For example, you'll be tested on your geometry knowledge if you plan on taking college admissions tests like the SAT or ACT soon. Doing well on a standardized test like the SAT is important because your exam score could play a significant role in your college applications process.

When taking the SAT, you'll be asked geometry questions that focus on a variety of topics within the subject area. For example, you may be asked questions about lines and angles. You could be asked to demonstrate an understanding of lengths and midpoints or perpendicular lines and the measures of angles. The SAT can also include questions about circles as they relate to the field of geometry. You could need to find a circle's radius, diameter, or circumference. Some of the other main geometry topics covered on the SAT include area and volume as well as triangles and other polygons.

Signing up to work with a private geometry instructor is a great way to prepare yourself to answer these kinds of questions on the SAT. Additionally, while building your geometric knowledge, your instructor can also help you with your general test-taking skills. For example, they can show you strategies for managing your time more effectively while taking important tests like the SAT. They can provide you with sample questions and test sections so that you can get a sense of what the real exam will be like.

Or, perhaps you're someone who has struggled with test anxiety in the past. If so, your instructor can show you strategies for overcoming this. Test anxiety can make it difficult to stay focused on the work in front of you and may even make it challenging to remember the preparation work you've done in the lead up to your standardized test. Helping you deal with test anxiety when it pops up is just another example of the many ways that your tutor can help you grow academically.

The testing skills that your instructor helps you develop can be utilized on your upcoming exam as well as on any future exams that you take. Thus, you can sign up for help with geometry and gain academic skills that you'll be able to utilize for the rest of your academic career. Consider reaching out to us today if you'd like to get started with this type of educational assistance.

How Can You Get Started?

Geometry is an important field of study that has many applications in the classroom and outside of it. For example, having a solid understanding of geometry is vital in industries like computer graphic design, robotics, construction, astronomy, and more. Whether you plan on working in one of these fields or just want to develop a better understanding of geometry to help with your coursework, Varsity Tutors can help you find what you've been searching for.

We can help you find geometry tutors who can help you make academic progress while also being able to meet with you around your existing obligations. Do you think that you would benefit from this type of educational assistance? If so, then the quickest way to get started with it is by reaching out to us directly. We'd love to help you take the next step in your geometry education and hope to start working with you soon.

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