When the New Year rolls around, many people create resolutions. Some people have reading goals, others have fitness goals, and some have sleep goals in mind. Across the board, we fail to keep these goals. Why is that?
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Geometry requires a lot of big picture thinking that is based on previous Algebra 1 knowledge. Luckily, many of the details of Algebra 1 are unnecessary in Geometry. Instead, Geometry provides the reason for algebraic concepts in a visual manner.
For many high school students, College Aptitude Tests are the bane of their existence. Studying for exams that reportedly test “reasoning skills,” and “academic retention,” can be confusing and time-consuming, and must be heaped on top of rigorous high school
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