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    Hi everyone !
    I am looking for a suitable calculator for my IGCSE and A level exams.
    Nonetheless, i am confused that I don't know which calculator is the BEST one for both examinations.
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    (Original post by ch14livehk)
    Hi everyone !
    I am looking for a suitable calculator for my IGCSE and A level exams.
    Nonetheless, i am confused that I don't know which calculator is the BEST one for both examinations.
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    Please give me some suggestions and sorry for my poor english
    Hi there,

    I would recommend the FX991ES. It has everything you'll need for A Level and can also perform useful numeric algebra / calculus etc. which can be useful for checking answers.

    The latest Casio that I have is the FX991EX that I got from eBay since you can't get it in the UK yet. It has a few more functions but the ES is fine.
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    Hi there,

    I would recommend the FX991ES. It has everything you'll need for A Level and can also perform useful numeric algebra / calculus etc. which can be useful for checking answers.

    The latest Casio that I have is the FX991EX that I got from eBay since you can't get it in the UK yet. It has a few more functions but the ES is fine.
    Is it fine for me to use it for my IGCSE exam?
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    Is it fine for me to use it for my IGCSE exam?
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    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-FX-975.../dp/B0023UYQTG

    Graphing calculators are great in c3/c4
 
 
 
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