This post is sponsored by Casio.
As you all know, my college career is coming to an end. It’s a crazy thing to wrap around my head because all I know is school. Assignments, exams, case studies, papers due… you name it. I’ve done it.
This past semester I finished my last math course, ever. I was too excited and I’m even more excited to be partnering with Casio. Middle school math is one of the turning points in education where things get more complicated and if you don’t find a good understanding of it in your early years, then college will be much harder. Math doesn’t have to be scary when you have an affordable graphing calculator to help you through it!
Casio’s FX-9750GIII offers a seamless user experience, enhanced natural display, improved keypad, and more. The natural display feature allows for 2D-templates for fractions, roots, and other functions to appear on the screen as they are written in the textbook. The FX-9750GIII includes an improved keypad for fractions, standard-to-decimal conversion and scientific notation.
This model is approved for the SAT®, PSAT®, ACT® and AP® tests and it’s available in three color variations, black, white, and soft pink.
The Casio’s FX-9750GIII hits all the nails on the head — It’s an all-in-one Graphing Calculator, affordable at $59.99 (whereas TI-84+ is over $100.00), and college entrance exam approved! Not to mention, it has 200 + hours of battery life.
Well, that’s all for today’s post. Let’s tackle this fall semester. My thankfulness for your support is endless. Don’t forget to leave links to your blogs and instas, as I would love to check them out and follow you all and connect more. As always, feel free to shoot me a message with blog requests, to chat, or share a simple comment.
All my love,