## What calculators are allowed on the ACT 2020?

Examinees may use any 4-function, scientific, or graphing calculator, as long as it is not on the prohibited list and it is modified (see below), if needed. Examinees are encouraged to use a familiar calculator, but all problems may be solved without a calculator.

## Is TI-84 Plus allowed on ACT?

In September 2017, the calculator policy changed to include the language above. In other words, all versions of TI-84 Plus and TI-Nspire™ CX (excluding CAS) graphing calculators are allowed on the ACT® exam.

**Are you allowed a calculator on IB?**

Candidates using only four-function or scientific calculators, or using a less able GDC, will be at a disadvantage. Mathematics SL Mathematics HL Calculators are not allowed for paper 1.

**Is a TI 30 calculator allowed on the ACT?**

Approved Calculators on the ACT: TI-30. TI-34. TI-73.

### What calculators are allowed on the ACT 2021?

In general, the ACT explains that all test-takers can use “any 4-function, scientific, or graphing calculator, as long as it is not on the prohibited list and it is modified, if needed.” Your best option is to use a calculator you’ve used before. Yes, you could use your older sibling’s fancy graphing calculator.

### What is the best calculator to use on the ACT?

Best Overall ACT Calculator The TI-Nspire CX is by far the best calculator that can be used on the ACT. As you may know, not every calculator is allowed to be used on major standardized tests like the ACT and SAT.

**Is the TI-84 Plus CE allowed on the ACT 2022?**

Buy the TI-Nspire CX if you are looking for the best overall calculator that is allowed on the ACT (and SAT!). If you would like the calculator that give you the best bang for your buck then go with the TI-84 Plus.

**What is the best calculator for IB?**

Recommended Calculators for IB AA/AI HL

- TI 84 Series – It is one of the best scientific/graphical calculator that is easy to operate.
- TI 83 Series – It is also a scientific/graphical calculator that was very widely used but doesn’t include many calculus functions.

## Is IB math calculus?

General Description: IB Math HL 1 is the first of two years that prepare students to take the IB Higher Level (HL) Math exam. The course covers all topics typically covered during the first two quarters of college calculus.

## What calculator is allowed on the ACT 2021?

**What calculator is not allowed on the ACT?**

computer algebra system functionality

CAS calculators enable users to solve problems algebraically, thereby defeating the purpose of some of the questions on the test. Similarly, calculators with built-in or downloaded computer algebra system functionality are not allowed by the ACT.

**Is the TI-83 or TI-84 better?**

The TI-83, the base model, has 160 kilobytes (KB) of memory and 24 KB of RAM. The TI-84, sometimes referred to as the “TI-84 Plus,” boasts 480 KB of memory but the same amount of RAM as the TI-83. However, the TI-84 has twice the processing speed.

### What calculators are allowed on the Act?

What Calculators Are Allowed on the ACT? 1 Four-Function Calculators: Allowed. 2 Scientific Calculators: Allowed (With Exceptions) Photography taken by Mario Gutiérrez. 3 Graphing Calculators: Some Allowed, Some Banned. 4 Phone/Tablet/Laptop Calculators: Banned. 5 Calculator Modifications

### Do I need a calculator for the IB Diploma Programme (DP)?

All students in the International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) will need a calculator for one or more subjects. However, not all programs or applications are suitable for use in examinations.

**Do IB students have to pay for their results?**

Before results are released, students can request to have results sent to six universities free of charge – and request to pay for additional transcripts as well. The IB is extremely proud of its graduates, and the alumni network connects them with one another and with the IB community.

**Can I use a calculator on the ACT WorkKeys Applied Math?**

Calculators may only be used on the mathematics test, including ACT WorkKeys Applied Math. Sharing calculators during the test is not permitted. Accessible calculators (such as audio/“talking” or Braille) are allowed if authorized in advance of testing by ACT for the ACT and by the test coordinator for all other products.