Geometry, it really shouldn’t be that difficult while taking the GMAT.
Over and over again I hear this. And over and over again, or really about 60% of the time, I find myself pounding my head against the table trying to work out circumscribed triangles, etc.
Today, I settled in and worked diligently on the basics review Veritas Prep had online (technically, it is also outlined in the beginning of the Geometry course book, but I enjoy the small notes and asides I get from the virtual Skillbuilers). Then of course, turned to the actual Geometry class.
Bad side: Memorization of all the formulas I have since forgotten.
Good side: Geometry in GMAT is just trying to make an Algebra problem a little bit more difficult.
I am getting better at approaching these types of problems and am gearing up for a practice test on Thursday! Here goes nothing. And yes, I was on a business trip for the in-person Geometry class so online is the only option I get.