By the time you finish this course, you should be able to receive full CLEP credit with most universities, as long as you pass with a minimum of ‘C’.

Lesson 1:  Geometry Terms and Motivation.

Lesson 2:  Geometric Reasoning and Measurement (Concepts of length, mass and capacity, and estimating and making measurements using, standard metric units. Relative sizes of units such as millimeters, centimeters, meters and, kilometers, and conversions between them. Compound measures, such as speed and, density.).

Lesson 3:   Points, Lines, and Planes (1) (Points, lines, rays, line segments, planes and describe their relationships, including collinear, points and coplanar points and lines.).
Lesson 4:  Points, Lines, and Planes (2) Computing lengths, coordinates, midpoints, differences, and sums of line segments. Congruent line segments. Representation of a point on the coordinate plane.).
Lesson 5:  Angles and Parallelism (1) (Measure and draw angles using a protractor. Classification of angles as acute, right, or obtuse. Adjacent, vertical, complementary, and supplementary angles.).
Lesson 6:  Angles and Parallelism (2) (Perpendicular lines, parallel lines, skew lines. Slope of a line.).
Lesson 7:  Quadrilaterals.
Lesson 8:  Triangles (1) Classification of triangles as acute, right, equilateral, isosceles. Congruent triangles and their corresponding parts when rotated and reflected. Pythagorean Theorem. Similar triangles.
Lesson 9:  Triangles (2): Congruent Triangles.
Lesson 10:  Triangles (3): Similar Triangles.
Lesson 11:  Polygons (1) (Convex, concave, regular polygons, Perimeters and areas of parallelograms).
Lesson 12:  Polygons (2) (triangles, and trapezoids).
Lesson 13:  Circles (1) (Equations of circles. Radii and diameters of a circle. Semicircles, chords, and central angles.)
Lesson 14:  Circles (2) (Circumference and area of a circle. Area of a sector and length of an arc.).
Lesson 15:  Solids (1) Surface areas and volumes of spheres, prisms, cylinders and pyramids.).
Lesson 16:  Solids (2) (Volumes of spheres, prisms, cylinders, and pyramids.).
Lesson 17:  Composite Figures.
Lesson 18:  Classical Geometric Construction.
Lesson 19:  Practical Geometry Problems (1).
Lesson 20:  Practical Geometry Problems (2).
Lesson 21:  Three-Dimensional Geometry (1).
Lesson 22:   Three-Dimensional Geometry (2).
Lesson 23:  Geometry and Trigonometry (1) Tangent, sine, and cosine and their inverses.
Lesson 24:  Geometry and Trigonometry (2) Application problems using right triangle trigonometry.