In the immortal words of Jerry Maguire, “Help me help you.” In order to use this assessment to its maximum capacity, please adhere to the following rules when working on or filling out the questions inside.

We are going to work under the assumption that there are only four possible outcomes for a question in this packet:

1. You completely understand the topic. You can think of this as a confidence level of 90% or greater on the question you attempted.

2. You are familiar with the topic, but you don’t remember how to apply your knowledge. You can think of this as between 50% and 90% confident your answer is correct.

3. You are unfamiliar with or do not understand the topic. You can think of this as 50% or less confident on a question you attempt.

The fourth outcome is you think you know the topic when you really don’t (a.k.a. you make mistakes that are not due to misreading the question). You get to decide the first three; we get to decide the fourth =).

After each question, please use the appropriate column to mark how well you felt like you knew the question or topic.

Our goal is to use your self-reporting through this form to help us corroborate the scores and questions from practice tests and sections you take. The result will be less time that you have to spend working on material and getting instruction on material you don’t need.

Remember, the quicker we are able to assess your strengths and weaknesses, the quicker you can finish preparation and get on to the things that students care about today, like watching Care Bear movies or listening to mumble rap. Disclaimer: we don’t know what students like to do today, but we’re pretty certain it isn’t wake up on more Saturday mornings than you need to take standardized tests.

What is the definition of an acute angle?

How confident was that last answer?

\pi r^2 is a formula used to find what?

What is the Pythagorean Theorem?

How many degrees are there around a point? (Use the figure above)

If two angles are adjacent, then what does that tell you about the angles?

How do you find the perimeter of any shape?

How many degrees are in a right angle?

What is true about the sides of an equilateral triangle?

What is the area formula of a rectangle?

If points are collinear, what is true about the points?

\overline{AB} represents what in geometry?

2\pi r or \pi d is a formula used to find what?

What are two things that are true about an isosceles triangle?

If two lines are perpendicular, then what is the measure of the angle between the lines?

What is the perimeter of the rectangle shown above?

A triangle has how many degrees?

How do you find the area of a triangle?

What is an obtuse angle?

How do you find the midpoint of a line segment?

What is true about the side lengths in a scalene triangle?

Two angles which are complementary add up to how many degrees?

Which angle creates a vertical angle with \angle AOX?

What does n \parallel m tell you about lines n and m?

What is the area formula of a square with a side of length s ?

How many degrees are there in a straight line?

What is the difference, if any, between \overrightarrow{PQ} and \overrightarrow{QP} ?

How many sides does a hexagon have?

Describe what a vertex of an angle or polygon is.

What does \overline{AB}\perp\overline{CD} tell you about the line segments?

What is the formula for the perimeter of a square with a side of lenght s ?

What type of triangle would you use the Pythagorean theorem for?

How many degrees does a quadrilateral have?

How many angles does a pentagon have?

What does the midpoint of a segment do to that segment?

Supplementary angles add up to how many degrees?

In the figure above, line p is parallel to line q. Which angles are congruent to \angle 5 ?

In the figure above question 36, what is m \angle 1 + m \angle 6 ?