sat year math practice testsone does not find very old tests, but the period 2000-2016 is almost without gaps, with one year yielding more practice tests than others.
Because knowledge, in my opinion, should be organized, else the effort required to find a specific piece of knowledge is too huge, then it's better to rediscover it. But reinventing the wheel is a very bad way, except for didactic purposes. Like a book, a wiki article and so on, the knowledge contained on discussion forums need an organized index to be valuable.
Unfortunately the HP calculators' community has made, from my point of view, a lot of knowledge through discussions and sharing of ideas. But almost no one (AFAIK) has organized this knowledge 1), and it's a pity. So i hope that with this wiki project (or other ones) we can fix this problem, organizing the existing discussions in a index of links. Of course an ideal wiki would not only organize the preexisting information with an index of links but it would even copy the useful information in wiki articles. But, since the free time is limited, organizing an index of links is already a great and highly valuable task, given that the there are years of discussions to analyze.
Dunno if is my pc or it is chrome/firefox (maybe it is the spell check!). But i found that the editor area is slow when there are over 10k chars. So i prefer to copy and paste from a notepad 2), in the end is always plain text :) .
Update 2017.03: the editor of the wiki got quite “fancy”. Not bad but maybe a bit too much for thinclients.
As usual, documentation helps. It hepls fellows humans or the self in the future when the self in the future does not really remember the work done in the past.
So after the n-th bad experiences let's make a checklist of things that helps to restart using the HP calculator (in particular the hp 50g).
ed2k://|file|HP%2050g%20AUR%20v2%20bookm.pdf|5926761|1FA8EE9363042DCC2E7D5C0D2B719B25|h=REC6PXWNYKWP6LFDDL4PUR4BSNZCOPFN|/ or on https://app.assembla.com/spaces/project_euler_works/documents
In 2013 I started a nice project of going through the MoHPC forums and comp.sys.hp48 messages to extract interesting information. The task is quite big and I may restart it in the future. But as long as I have little time, better to do little steps. Of course would be easier if the entire community would participate in the task.
General line of action: - check the title of the topic, could it be interesting? (i select only topics related to 49g+/50g and recent calculators that use RPN/RPL. (1) ) - if yes, check the number of replies, usually interesting topics have more than 2-3 replies. - then check the content. (1) Sorry i can do that alone, at least in few months xD. For example articles about 34s are a lot. I hope that the wiki userbase (in particular 34s fans) will grow quickly to cover all the gaps.