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A must-read for all students taking e-exam calculation course(s)

by Elijah - BBCNOUN
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A must-read for all students taking e-exam calculation course(s)

Hi, guys so this is the tutorial some students have been looking forward to, it’s sure not everyone is computer literate. A lady was sitting close to me last semester and to my surprise, she kept using her fingers to make counts and also making long calculations on the sheet of paper given to her in the hall, this is so because she might be ignorant of the calculator on her system or maybe she never knew how to pop out the calculator.

Well, in this tutorial I will be explaining in detail how to use the inbuilt calculator on your system during any calculation course in the exam hall

Should you need to calculate during e-exam, simply follow the steps to access the in-built calculator on the system assigned to you.

1. Click the Windows button, and click on the search box

or press the Windows button + Q to open the search box automatically

2. in the search box type in calculator, the calculator will pop up after typing just about 4-5 alphabets making the “calculator” spelling

3. After it pops up, click on it and the calculator will be opened.

NOTE: You can change the calculator mode from the simple or standard interface to a scientific or complex mode for advanced calculations. Also always minimize the calculator after use, do not close the calculator to save the time of having to reopen it when needed again.

If you have any question(s) kindly use the comment box below

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Chukwuma May 9, 2022 - 8:26 PM

How can I minimize it

Elijah - BBCNOUN May 13, 2022 - 12:19 AM

the same way u minimize any program open on a computer

Grace USman May 3, 2022 - 8:48 PM

Pls will the search box be displayed on the screen when you log in to start the exam?.

Elijah - BBCNOUN May 8, 2022 - 6:21 PM

No, you might need to minimize the browser being used for the exam to be able to search for the calculator.


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