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Bit of a stupid question, but I'm looking to prep for uni and was wondering if there are any calculators that aren't allowed for exams (I know symbolic algebra ones weren't allowed at a level). Any suggestions on a good one to get (preferably Casio)?

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Bit of a stupid question, but I'm looking to prep for uni and was wondering if there are any calculators that aren't allowed for exams (I know symbolic algebra ones weren't allowed at a level). Any suggestions on a good one to get (preferably Casio)?

Thanks 😁
Casio fx 991es plus

Most good calculators with powerful mathematics tools or graphical options are banned as they also have storage capability. I used the above calculator for A-levels, engineering degree and masters, it has some pretty powerful features such as solving simultaneous equations.
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