:D hmm.. great !.. even though i don’t have a reviewer. i have this test !.. i learned smoe technique. NICE!hope i passs the UPCAT EXAM :)

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UPCAT Review Questions: Sample Trigonometry / Geometry Quiz

UPCAT Sample Quiz

Welcome to Academic Clinic’s sample Geometry and Trigonometry exam for the UPCAT.  We do not have a timer for this quiz so you will have to time yourself and check if the time you’ve spent on answering the quiz is well within the time limit of the UPCAT.


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Geometry / Trigonometry Quiz

Directions: This subtest is a measure of ability to think out solutions to quantitative problems. Solve each problem carefully and then decide which is the best among the answer choices. . Notes: ► Calculators of any kind are not permitted. All numbers used are real numbers. ► Figures which accompany problems in this subtest are intended to provide information useful in solving the problems. They are drawn as accurately as possible except when it is stated in a specific problem that its figure is not drawn to scale. All figures lie in a plane unless otherwise indicated.
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2 thoughts on “UPCAT Review Questions: Sample Trigonometry / Geometry Quiz

  1. Your explanation for Question 12 is inaccurate, which is why the real answer is not in the options.

    “TP = 2x+1 RP =y+5 SP = 4-3y QP = x-5 TP = RP SP = QP diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other. Substituting and Equating 1. 2x+1 = y+5 2. 4-3y = x-5 using equation 2: x = 9-3y substituting to equation 2: 2(9-3y) = y+5 18-6y = y+5 7y = 11 y = 11/7 x = 9-3 (11 / 7) = (8- 33) / 7 = (56-33) / 7 x = 23/7″

    When you substituted to equation 2: 2x+ 1 = y+5; you forgot to add the one.
    This was an inaccuracy: 2(9-3y) = y+5.

    Furthermore, “18-6y = y+5; 7y = 11″
    when you transposed the 5 to the side of 18 and combine, you should get 13, not 11.

    My answer for this question is 3.

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