AuthorTopic: HP vs Texas (excuse the dullness of this topic)
Robocop
@2003-06-19 11:28:55
I'm sure this has been covered before but can anyone give me advice on this please. I used the HP for Level I because I bought it, and learned how to use it, and then found that the Texax was generally the calculator most often recommended. As I had so much else to learn (starting in Feb) I couldn't face switching at that point.

Would anyone recommend switching for LII or is it best to stick to the entertainingly archaic HP once you've invested time in understanding its idiosyncrasies?
ebayer
@2003-06-27 16:02:16
If you know how to use the HP, stick with it.
Those of us who use the TI do so because we can't handle RPN.
sukergg
@2003-06-30 12:33:08
Even though I'm a long time HP guy, I would recommend you switch to the TI for the exam. The TI's statistical functions are a lot easier to use than the HP's.

Because I normally use an HP, I brought both to the exam. That way I had a backup if there was a problem and for the statistic problems.

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