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Default Is calculator allowed to use in Step exams.?

Wonder if calculator is allowed in step 1 examination for biostatistical or related question. ?
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No external calculator is allowed but there is one implemented in the programm like you see it in USMLE world or Kaplan QBank.
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I have given nbme 11.
1).it DONT show any calculator..
2)It DONT have 8 blocks(only 5 blocks)
3)it DONT have 46questions/block(50/block)

so how nbme is exactly like actual exam???
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