# Is there Regents for geometry?

## Is there Regents for geometry?

The Geometry Regents exam is one of three math exams designed and administered by the New York State Board of Education to demonstrate students’ understanding of a variety of mathematical concepts.

## What are the 3 math Regents?

All three math regents (Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry) Living Environment and 1 physical science regents (Chemistry, Earth Science, or Physics)

**Will there be geometry regents 2021?**

At the upcoming Board of Regents meeting on March 15, Education Department officials will propose canceling the remaining six Regents exams scheduled for June 2021: algebra II, geometry, global history and geography, United States history and government, chemistry and physics.

**How big is the regents exam in geometry?**

August 2018 Geometry Regents Examination Regular size version (148 KB) Large type version (750 KB) Scoring Key and Rating Guide (68 KB) Model Response Set (2.22 MB) Scoring Key (Excel version) (19 KB) Conversion Chart PDF version (22 KB) Excel version (15 KB) June 2018 Geometry Regents Examination Regular size version (190 KB)

### What are the requirements for a Regents Diploma in mathematics?

The graduation requirement for units of credit in mathematics is three units, which shall be at a more advanced level than grade eight mathematics No more than two units of credit can be earned in any one of the following: Integrated Algebra, Geometry, or Algebra 2 and Trigonometry.

### How many units of credit are required for New York State Regents?

No more than two units of credit can be earned in any one of the following: Integrated Algebra, Geometry, or Algebra 2 and Trigonometry. (5) State assessment system. (i) Except as otherwise provided in subparagraphs (ii), (iii), and (iv) of this paragraph, all students shall demonstrate attainment of the New York State learning standards:

**What are the units of credit for mathematics?**

The graduation requirement for units of credit in mathematics is three units, which shall be at a more advanced level than grade eight mathematics. No more than two units of credit can be earned in any one of the following: Integrated Algebra, Geometry, or Algebra 2 and Trigonometry.