I would like to learn Geometry so I'll be well-prepared for the SAT soon. It's been a few years since I took it in high school. I didn't do so well with any type of math back then, but am now very intent on learning everything I need to know for college.
So, what is a good geometry curriculum? What concepts are covered and how should I approach this? I'm clueless as to what I'm supposed to be learning and the order I am to learn them in. An outline along with online resources to practice said concepts would be spectacular. I want the full course, not just bits and pieces. Everything you learn in Geometry, I want to know! Not just the things required for college entrance exams - everything!
I really do appreciate your help in this, thanks!