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Geometry • Series

The Complete ACT Course (part III: Geometry)

Ragad S

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This course is designed specifically for students planning to take the ACT test and want to work on the math skills they need for it. However, students who need to revise some topics for school or are planning to take the SAT can also benefit from the course. Over the next few months, we will meet weekly to discuss all of the important math concepts and strategies you need to do well on the ACT. In every session, we will tackle a few topics. We will revise them and solve some practice questions. I will also be taking any math questions you might have throughout the session. I plan to adapt the course and the time allocated to each topic based on the needs of the students.

The course will be divided into parts; each part will be placed in its corresponding subworld:

1. Pre-Algebra

2. Algebra 1

3. Geometry

4. Statistics & Probability

5. Algebra 2

6. Pre-calculus



-The Ultimate Guide to ACT Math (1 and 2)

- The Official ACT Prep Guide 2022-2023

- 500 ACT Math Questions to Know by Test Day, 3rd Edition, Geometry Common Core.

- The Official ACT Mathematics Guide

(This list is subject to change as I get to learn what the students need more of.)



Some of the feedback I got on my previous ACT Math courses:

"The practice questions were just what I needed, also the tutor was very engaging."

"Very good and thorough explanations."

"super organized and good explanations."

part of a peer review: "Excellent explanations! You went over each concept in detail and thoroughly explained how to solve the problems. You not only explained how to find the correct answer but also why a certain approach makes sense. "


Note: I already completed parts I (pre-algebra) and II (algebra I) in previous courses. I am sorry for the pause between the previous two courses and this one. I had intended to have No gaps between them, but due to school exams, college applications, and some health issues I face, I found that a small break was necessary. Hopefully, this will not happen again as I plan to start part IV as soon as we complete part III. If anybody would like me to go over some concepts from algebra I or algebra II again, let me know, and I can arrange specific sessions for that.


Attending all or almost all of the sessions is highly recommended, especially if you plan to depend on our sessions as the main resource in supplementing your ACT preparation You are, however, free to skip any sessions you don't want to attend or join only on sessions where we discuss the topics that you struggle with the most.


March 7 - April 11


20 / 30

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About the Tutor

I am a senior who values education and enjoys learning and teaching! I am Jordanian, but I attend an International School in Saudi Arabia. My favorite subject at school is biology though chemistry and math are close seconds. I had a GPA of 4.0 in my junior year including an A+ in Math, which included Algebra II and Calculus. I ranked first in my junior year (my school had about 200 junior students). I have taken the ACT test twice and scored a 34 in the first trial and a 35 in the second. I have a super score of 36! I also self-studied AP Biology in 2022 and scored a 5 on the AP Biology test. However, when my school started a 2-year AP Biology program last year, I joined it because of my love for biology (and it was the most challenging biology course being offered at my school). In 2023, I took an AP Chemistry course offered by Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth because my school does not offer AP Chemistry. I received an A in the course and a 5 on the AP test! I have also taken an "Introduction to Epidemiology" course offered by UC San Diego in which I received an A+. I also worked on a research project with the International Research Institute of North Carolina. As to English proficiency, in addition to attending international schools since kindergarten, I have scored 119/120 on the TOEFL test in 2023. I have been tutoring at Schoolhouse for over a year now and have enjoyed tutoring and learned greatly from my experience. I hope to continue sharing my knowledge and helping others during my senior year.

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