The TI-30xs Demonstration Video will help you understand how the new on-screen calculator will function for the GED test.
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This video needs an upgrade for the 2014 test!
i wish i could use my physical calculator that i use in a level
This video was amazing thank you! Now I can pass the test!
THIS IS FANTAGE MUSIC
Unbearably corny yet incredibly helpful. Thanks I'll have As on my tests and you in my nightmares.
Although the TI-30XS is still the only calculator allowed for use on the GED tests, some of the information stated in this video is outdated and does not reflect what is currently stated on the GED Testing Service's website (I last checked January 2016).
The non-calculator section is part 1 and only 5 questions. The calculator is allowed for all of Part 2. The test is 115 minutes, which includes a three-minute break between part 1 and part 2. This break is for you to get your calculator. The on-screen calculator is still provided, but you are now allowed to bring your own TI-30XS (about $15).
Part 1 and part 2 DO NOT each have set specific time limits. You must pace yourself for each section. This means that person A could take twenty minutes to do part 1, have three minutes to fetch his or her calculator, and then use the remaining ninety-two minutes for part 2. But this also means that person B could take fifty minutes to do part 1, have three minutes to fetch his or her calculator, but then only have sixty-two minutes to finish part 2.
i like this.
oh dear god
what a great voice-lol
dear god the calculator voice is terrifying
Does this still apply for the new 2014 test?