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    I'm currently doing the ocr fsmq, I am in year 11. I have bought a graphical calculator but I'm wondering of I will be allowed to use it. It is the: ti nspire cas. It was as Christmas present and I have used it in class however I don't want to be caught out in the exam
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      (Original post by harrygardner)
      I'm currently doing the ocr fsmq, I am in year 11. I have bought a graphical calculator but I'm wondering of I will be allowed to use it. It is the: ti nspire cas. It was as Christmas present and I have used it in class however I don't want to be caught out in the exam
      You should talk to her and ask how she feels - we can't really help you here because we don't know what's going on in either of your heads.
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      (Original post by harrygardner)
      I'm currently doing the ocr fsmq, I am in year 11. I have bought a graphical calculator but I'm wondering of I will be allowed to use it. It is the: ti nspire cas. It was as Christmas present and I have used it in class however I don't want to be caught out in the exam
      Check your uni regulations for examinations, generally there is a separate document with a list of allowed calculators.
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      They are allowed. I've used them in exams. Invigilators didn't give a damn.
      Don't even think about cheating with them.
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      (Original post by harrygardner)
      I'm currently doing the ocr fsmq, I am in year 11. I have bought a graphical calculator but I'm wondering of I will be allowed to use it. It is the: ti nspire cas. It was as Christmas present and I have used it in class however I don't want to be caught out in the exam
      While many graphical calculators are OK for all exams, Calculators with CAS capabilities ARE NOT allowed in any GCSE, Add Maths or A level exams.

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      CAS means it's capable of computer algebra, so it's not allowed.
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      (Original post by Tootles)
      You should talk to her and ask how she feels - we can't really help you here because we don't know what's going on in either of your heads.
      Wrong thread mate
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      it is on the banned list for AS and A levels:

      https://qualifications.pearson.com/e...ies&pageTypes=

      so it is quite likely to be banned for FSMQ :dontknow:
     
     
     
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