heimdall a écrit:I don't speak french at all, I can understand it a bit if I read it though, so you have to apologize me for entering this conversation in english.
I firstly bought my Nspire CX, back in 2012 because my highschool required me to do it (It was an 84 or Nspire CX, since Nspire CX was more "attractive" let's say, I got it) And although they made me get it, they never used the PTT Mode, it only made me confused. I only found out about it when I accidentally locked myself in it (translation issues, they translated "Test" to the equivalent of Testing in my language, like testing a part of the calculator or something, that's what made me curious about it)
About this topic, I won't say ndless is "cheating", but it expands the features of a calculator and might give some advantage on the other students who have no clue about it, like running khiCAS on a numeric CX or even having mViewer (you can put pictures with much more resolution than on a regular nspire document). On this, I actually support that tests should be made without ndless for everyone or with ndless for everyone (that would be ideal )
To me it's off topic here, since this is not an Ndless topic.
I know Portugal doesn't want CAS features.
But I can't understand why specifically targeting Ndless, when students already have advantages or disadvantages, especially in the exam mode context