- In what grade do you take geometry?
- Do you need to take geometry?
- Do 10th graders take geometry?
- Do freshmen take geometry?
- How difficult is geometry?
- How long does it take to learn geometry?
- Can I learn calculus 1 in a month?
- Do I need to know geometry for trigonometry?
- Why do students struggle with calculus?
- Is calculus in high school hard?

## In what grade do you take geometry?

Most American high schools teach algebra I in ninth grade, geometry in 10th grade and algebra II in 11th grade – something Boaler calls “the geometry sandwich.”

## Do you need to take geometry?

Would skipping geometry be a bad decision in getting a good score on the ACT? You shouldn’t skip geometry and never take it again. It’s important to grasp Algebra II, Pre-Calculus and Calculus. It’s also important on the ACT and SAT and most colleges want to see that you took a rigorous math curriculum.

## Do 10th graders take geometry?

Math classes build upon each other, so each subject must be completed in the order they are presented: Pre-Algebra (for remedial students), Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus. Students must reach at least Algebra I before completing 10th grade.

## Do freshmen take geometry?

The math class you take freshman year will be chosen based on your previous math classes and any placement tests you may have taken before starting high school. So, if you already took algebra 1 in 8th grade, you may be able to start with geometry as a freshman and continue down the list from there.

## How difficult is geometry?

Why is geometry difficult? Geometry is creative rather than analytical, and students often have trouble making the leap between Algebra and Geometry. They are required to use their spatial and logical skills instead of the analytical skills they were accustomed to using in Algebra.

## How long does it take to learn geometry?

geometry is fairly easy, but i would advise you to take your time on algebra 1 since many of the concepts are built on in algebra 2. it would take you about 9 months if you’re not motivated, 6-7 months if you are and can put an hour or two in a day, since classes usually only are an hour or so.

## Can I learn calculus 1 in a month?

Single variable with analytic geometry included, i.e. the typical, four-hour American introductory calculus course could be learned in a month. It would probably take 2-4 hours per day, but it is doable.

## Do I need to know geometry for trigonometry?

You should already be familiar with algebra and geometry before learning trigonometry. From algebra, you should be comfortable with manipulating algebraic expressions and solving equations. From geometry, you should know about similar triangles, the Pythagorean theorem, and a few other things, but not a great deal.

## Why do students struggle with calculus?

People fail in calculus courses because it is at a slightly higher conceptual level than pre-calculus and (high school) algebra. Calculus requires that you put in a lot of work doing practice problems, which is something a lot of people aren’t willing to do.

## Is calculus in high school hard?

Calculus is so evidently a college course. Calculus is hard. But that same fall, about 450,000 high school students took an Advanced Placement exam in Calculus! Hundreds of thousands more took high school Calculus without taking the AP exam.