Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Geometry can be challenging as it is not the algebra we become comfortable with in our first years of math. However, this class moves at an effective pace for mastering the content. The teacher is willing to help students outside of class, and group projects allow for collaboration among classmates. While math classes can sometimes seem irrelevant to daily life, geometry is an exception as it allows a student to relate to the real world many of the topics which are taught.
Course highlights:
Aside from learning how to measure angles, volumes, areas, and circumferences of various two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes, I also learned theorems, spatial thinking, and logical reasoning. Further, we learned how geometry ties into nature and the real world. We also were able to explore various influential mathematicians in history.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Do your homework by hand, then check your answers with the book or online to ensure your understanding. Always be ready for a quiz over the previous day's notes. Keep a list of important formulas. Ask for help if you need it, and do not be afraid to spend extra time on this course as it is vital for standardized tests.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
It's the best class! She's a great teacher who really cares about her students.
Course highlights:
My highlight was the proofs. I enjoyed learning about these in a very interactive way.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Take it! However, if you do not feel like putting in the work, do not expect to get the grade!