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    My 9750GII arrived today, but I'm not sure how to fully use it yet (and C2 is next Wednesday). Will I be allowed to bring it with my 991ES (so two calculators)?

    I'm on AQA if that makes a difference.
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    (Original post by lin-e)
    My 9750GII arrived today, but I'm not sure how to fully use it yet (and C2 is next Wednesday). Will I be allowed to bring it with my 991ES (so two calculators)?

    I'm on AQA if that makes a difference.
    yeah are allowed 2 calculators. And for edexcel you are allowed both the 9750gii and 991es so i assume its same for AQA.
    Also Im considering buying the 9750gii. can it draw trig graphs?
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    yeah are allowed 2 calculators. And for edexcel you are allowed both the 9750gii and 991es so i assume its same for AQA.
    Also Im considering buying the 9750gii. can it draw trig graphs?
    Yeah, it can, but I have no idea how to use it properly yet.
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    (Original post by lin-e)
    My 9750GII arrived today, but I'm not sure how to fully use it yet (and C2 is next Wednesday). Will I be allowed to bring it with my 991ES (so two calculators)?

    I'm on AQA if that makes a difference.
    Yes take six calculators if you like.

    Don't waste any valuable exam time messing around with the graphical calculator if you are not fluent with it.
 
 
 
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