For context, I currently take A-Level Maths, Further Maths, & Physics (and 2 more but they're not maths-based).

A standard A-Level Maths calculator (Casio fx-991cw) will do you fine and is in many cases faster than one of the more clunky ones for a lot of the things you'll be doing. However, with further there is a lot you can do with a Casio fx-CG50 (what I use) that you can't on other calculators. It is not a cheap calculator by any means but eBay has some pretty good second-hand deals (that's how I got mine).

They're some great tutorials out there on how you can use your calculator to best maximise your grades. Tbh CG50 is a little bit pay-to-win but you gotta do what you gotta do to get the grades you want :P

A standard A-Level Maths calculator (Casio fx-991cw) will do you fine and is in many cases faster than one of the more clunky ones for a lot of the things you'll be doing. However, with further there is a lot you can do with a Casio fx-CG50 (what I use) that you can't on other calculators. It is not a cheap calculator by any means but eBay has some pretty good second-hand deals (that's how I got mine).

They're some great tutorials out there on how you can use your calculator to best maximise your grades. Tbh CG50 is a little bit pay-to-win but you gotta do what you gotta do to get the grades you want :P

Original post by ErraticDramatic

For context, I currently take A-Level Maths, Further Maths, & Physics (and 2 more but they're not maths-based).

A standard A-Level Maths calculator (Casio fx-991cw) will do you fine and is in many cases faster than one of the more clunky ones for a lot of the things you'll be doing. However, with further there is a lot you can do with a Casio fx-CG50 (what I use) that you can't on other calculators. It is not a cheap calculator by any means but eBay has some pretty good second-hand deals (that's how I got mine).

They're some great tutorials out there on how you can use your calculator to best maximise your grades. Tbh CG50 is a little bit pay-to-win but you gotta do what you gotta do to get the grades you want :P

A standard A-Level Maths calculator (Casio fx-991cw) will do you fine and is in many cases faster than one of the more clunky ones for a lot of the things you'll be doing. However, with further there is a lot you can do with a Casio fx-CG50 (what I use) that you can't on other calculators. It is not a cheap calculator by any means but eBay has some pretty good second-hand deals (that's how I got mine).

They're some great tutorials out there on how you can use your calculator to best maximise your grades. Tbh CG50 is a little bit pay-to-win but you gotta do what you gotta do to get the grades you want :P

Thanks for the help. I just wasnt sure because AS level maths only covers half of the standard A level Maths Curriculum.

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