Can I take 2 Calculators into my exams?

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I take Maths and Further Maths A-Levels (Edexcel) and I am just wondering if it's allowed for me to take both my Graphical (fxCG50) and my Scientific (fx991EX) into my exams ?
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I can't help but maybe you could add a Curta to your list of calculators.
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(Original post by l.barrotte)
Hi,
I take Maths and Further Maths A-Levels (Edexcel) and I am just wondering if it's allowed for me to take both my Graphical (fxCG50) and my Scientific (fx991EX) into my exams ?
i took two calculators into my exams
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i took two calculators into my exams
Thanks which A Levels did you take? and which calculators did you use?
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Thanks which A Levels did you take? and which calculators did you use?
i used my graphical calculator and my class wiz xx
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i used my graphical calculator and my class wiz xx
Ok perfect! thanks I'm definitely going to do the same
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Ok perfect! thanks I'm definitely going to do the same
np, good luck with ur studies xx
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Yes, you can.
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(Original post by l.barrotte)
Hi,
I take Maths and Further Maths A-Levels (Edexcel) and I am just wondering if it's allowed for me to take both my Graphical (fxCG50) and my Scientific (fx991EX) into my exams ?
If they’re calculator papers... I don’t see why not.

I took 3:
A Casio Classwiz FX-991EX: good for most things.
A Texas Instruments TI-82: good for big matrices, stats, graphs etc.
An old Casio from Year 7: factorising numbers was its one useful function.
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Yes, you can.
thank you
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If they’re calculator papers... I don’t see why not.

I took 3:
A Casio Classwiz FX-991EX: good for most things.
A Texas Instruments TI-82: good for big matrices, stats, graphs etc.
An old Casio from Year 7: factorising numbers was its one useful function.
Thank you was this for A Level maths or further maths?
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Thank you was this for A Level maths or further maths?
Well, both... but particularly for further. Things got hectic there.
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Well, both... but particularly for further. Things got hectic there.
ah ok yea i can imagine.. I’m worried about what the workload’s gonna be like. But i think having a graphical and a scientific will be rly helpful!
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