How to store answers on the scientific calculator during examination

To begin, you must understand that a scientific calculator can only store numerical values, not equations or alphabetical answers.

Any of the nine available variables: A, B, C, D, E, F, M, X, and Y can be used to store values in your calculator.

Follow the steps below to get started:

1. Press shift after obtaining the value you’re looking for

2. Press RCL (the word STO above means Store

3. Then, choose a button that contains a letter (variable) on its upper right.

In this case, it will equate the value to A.

How To Use The Stored Value:

1. Press ALPHA.

2. Click the button that contains the letter that you have 

Let have some example on scientific calculator:

I. A means 1

II. B mean 2

III. C means 3

IV. D means 4

V. E means 5

Lets take a look at some objective answers

1.A 2.A 3.B 4.B 5.A 6.D 7.D 8.A 9.D 10.A

To store this in your exams calculator that means all the alphabet will change to Digit which are as follows:

a.1 b.1 c.2 d.2 e.1 f.4 g.4 h.1 i.4 j.1

You’ll have to type it in your calculator like this.


This is how you can save the digits on your exams calculator.

Step1: Type those digit on your calculator

Step2: click (Shift)

Step3: click STO(RCL)

Step4: Then click (-)

Then you will see something like “1122144141->A”

That means you have stored objective answer 1 to 10

To store 11 to 20 

11.A 12.D 13.C 14.A 15.B 16.B 17.A 18.C 19.A 20.D

Step1: type those digit on your calculator

Step2: click (Shift)

Step3: click STO(RCL)

Site4: then click wot is next to (-) which is (°,,,)

Then you will also see something like “1431221314->B”

That means you have to store 11-20

How to check the answer you’ve stored for the objective

Step1: Click STO (RCL)

Step2: click (-)

Then the numbers 1 to 10 will be shown.

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