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    Are we allowed to use calculator in C1 Book, please let me know its urgent
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    (Original post by Amyyn Uddyn)
    Are we allowed to use calculator in C1 Book, please let me know its urgent
    If by "C1 book" you mean can you use a calculator in the C1 A level maths exam then the answer is no. If you want to use a calculator for exercises in the textbook then that's up to you. This years Edexcel C1 paper demonstrates that many A level candidates need to work harder on their fraction arithmetic skills without a calculator.


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    If by "C1 book" you mean can you use a calculator in the C1 A level maths exam then the answer is no. If you want to use a calculator for exercises in the textbook then that's up to you. This years Edexcel C1 paper demonstrates that many A level candidates need to work harder on their fraction arithmetic skills without a calculator.


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    So basically you're saying it's better not to use calculator for exercises for better practice and when sitting for C1 Exam; calculator is not allowed
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    (Original post by Amyyn Uddyn)
    So basically you're saying it's better not to use calculator for exercises for better practice and when sitting for C1 Exam; calculator is not allowed
    Yes exactly.

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