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Manual Mathematics vs Calculator

I understand this this is a heavily time weighted test. I am un-confident in my algebra and manual mathematics, but understand the concepts. I am very strong with the financial calculator. Will it still be feasible to for me to pass the exam? Curious to see if there is anyone else out there like this. Thanks.

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Some calculations are quite easy in the calculator, others require a weensy bit of manual work.  You could do a quick algebra refresher and be fine for the exam.   For the hairier stuff in quant (compound interest, linear regression, etc.), if you’re fine with the concepts and can plug ‘n chug with the calculator, you should be OK. yes

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