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In this module of intermediate geometry, you will learn some basic figures and concepts to a medium level. The same topics have been covered in the basic level. If you have completed the basic module successfully, you will not feel the topics in this intermediate module alien to you.

The most important things on the geometry section of the test are definitions and notations. Many of the non-math test takers feel difficulties in understanding the question because they get confused by the definitions. For example they might not understand what is the meaning of congruent. Obviously, they must learn the definitions and notations used on the test first.

You are going to take an aptitude test not an achievement test, the test asks nothing about the appropriateness of accounting reserves or the correct discount rate to use in financial models. If it did, undergraduate business and economics majors would have a distinct advantage. Asking questions about geometry levels the playing field.

The best news in this regard is that the handful of geometry questions you will encounter on the test can generally be solved using only a small set of geometric principles. These involve parallel lines, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, and a few regular cylinders. You need not to learn each and every theorem on the geometry.

Large number of solved practice MCQ with explanations. Video Lessons and 10 Fully explained Grand/Full Tests.