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I really don't want to do it and I want to know the consequences if I don't.
Hi, I have a TI N-spire Cx Handhels that I use for my Maths HL course. I thought that playing Gameboy games on the device would be kind of fun, but for that you need to install a type of jailbraking program into the calculator, which allows you to pretty much do anything on the device, like running the CAS full environment, which I presume would be a violation to the calculators possibilities. Who is the person to check your handhelds before the examination? Most of my teachers think my calculator is like from the future or a kind of iphone, since they have never seen anything other that Ti 84s, so you will guess ...
So, my teachers in my IB program are kind of freaking me out. They say that "nobody gets a 7" on the IB tests, and that I will be lucky if I get a 6. I would really like to achieve higher marks, not necessarily straight 7's, but I would like to at least get a few 6's and perhaps a 7 (I'm okay with lower marks, but I don't want to perform consistently low). What can I do to ensure that I can get the scores that they say are impossible? Is there a way?