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## Geometry for Test PreparationGeometry questions are part of quantitative section of the test. But not every test includes Geometry questions. The difficulty level of the questions is based on a very few Geometry concepts like areas, perimeter, and angle relationships. You can perform well on geometry section of the GRE, GMAT, SAT, LMAT, NAT, and GAT like tests after taking lessons and sample practice questions.The geometry module has been divided in three levels. ## Quantitative / Mathematics for TestsQuantitative section is the integral part of almost all tests. Geometry is the part of quantitative section. |

## For taking lesson, follow the steps## Step 1: Basics of GeometryIn this module, we'll discuss basic geometrical concepts about Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals. These are basic shapes in two dimensions. Many of the questions on the test address some underlying concept about these shapes.## Step 2: Intermediate Level GeometryIn this module we will continue our review of geometry fundamentals. However; another important two dimensional shape - circle has also been included.## Step 3: Challenging GeometryIn this module we will review the concepts and application of Circles, Inscribed and Circumscribed figures, and Coordinate Geometry. |

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

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