The TI-30 XS Calculator Course teaches you how to use this scientific calculator to solve GED questions related to math. These types of questions appear on the GED® Math, Science, and Social Studies tests.

## What you’ll learn

- Understand the basic and advanced functions of the TI-30 XS calculator
- Understand which calculator functions are needed for a given problem
- Apply knowledge of calculator functions to a range of mathematical calculations

This course includes 7 modules with lessons that cover everything related to utilizing this scientific calculator on 3 subjects of the GED Test.

This course shows you how to solve many different types of mathematical problems using the TI-30 XS calculator, from fractions and proportions to advanced equations and inequalities.

When you take the Onsego course, you will be gradually exposed to techniques, leveraging your skills **to the next level**.

Every lesson contains a video, text, and a short quiz, and this combination gives you the possibility of getting familiar with the topics in multiple ways.

At the end of each module, a more extended practice test with explanations helps you summarize what you have learned.

### The TI-30 XS Calculator Course is available as a stand-alone course, and it’s included in the My Advantage plan.

## FAQ

This course includes 4 learning hours of materials. So, if you study just 1 hour a day, you will complete this course within a week.

The TI-30 XS course teaches you how to answer mathematical calculation questions; however, word problems topics are not part of this course. If you are not familiar with these topics, we suggest combining the calculator course with the Math Essentials. Both courses are included in the My Advantage plan.

No, you need to use the TI-30XS calculator. On the GED test, you are allowed to use ONLY this type of calculator. You can buy this calculator at every Walmart, BestBuy shop, or Amazon website. It costs around $15.We also introduce you to apps and other free resources. On the GED test, there’s also an embedded, on-screen version.

Sure, here is a sample lesson.