The TI-30XS [GED] 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 and Science tests.
Taking this course will shorten and simplify your GED math prep. This course is part of Advantage Plans and Math Prep.
What’s Included
- This course includes 6 modules. All lessons are short, up to 4 minutes, and explain complex topics in an easy-to-understand way.
- 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, which allows you to get familiar with the topics in multiple ways.
Pricing
To Get Started, Choose a Plan
GED Math
Normally $98
$49
You save $50
- TI-30XS Calculator Course ($69 value)
- Complete GED® Math Prep
- Expert Video Lessons
- Short Quizzes
- Practice Tests
- Progress Tracking
- 6 Months of Access
- Dedicated Support
My Advantage
Normally $179
$79
You save $100
- Complete GED Math Prep
- TI-30XS calculator course
- 3 other GED® Subjects Prep
- Progress Tracking
- Expert Video Lessons
- Short Quizzes
- Practice Tests
- Dedicated Support
- 6 Months of Access
BONUSES
- GED Ready Vouchers ($28 Value)
- Quitting Protection
- Boosting Confidence & Study Tips
FAQ
This course is included in our 3 plans: My Advantage, My Advantage Plus, and Math Prep. It’s not sold separately.
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-30XS course teaches you how to answer mathematical calculation questions; however, word problem topics are not part of this course. If you are not familiar with these topics, we suggest combining the calculator course with our Math Prep course.
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.