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Discussion in 'OAT Discussions' started by Golddanboy, Oct 18, 2005.

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  1. Golddanboy

    Golddanboy Member 5+ Year Member

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    Is there a calculator in the computer version?

    Also can you highlight, have a periodic table, do a ctrl F search, go back questions?

    Mayhaps have a site that mimics the computer test?
     
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    prettygreeneyes Moderator Emeritus 5+ Year Member

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    There is not a calculator on the computer version. There is a periodic table for you to refer to on the screen if you click on it. I'm not sure what you mean by highlight and ctrl F search... forgive my ignorance. You can go back to questions if you want to. Go to www.opted.org... in the examinee's guide there are pictures of what the screens look like, if you are interested. Best of luck... p.greeneyes
     
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    pre_opt_sku 2010 O.D. 5+ Year Member

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    QR would be pretty sweet if we had calculators... :p
     
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    Golddanboy Member 5+ Year Member

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    when you type ctrl F a search box comes up. In tests where you have to read large paragraphs, it makes finding things very easy.


     
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    joshephlee Banned Banned

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    I doubt you are able to pull up a ctrl search box for the computerized OAT. You may want to call up ASCO to verify on that.
     

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