This is a good price however please note this is not suitable for A level …This is a good price however please note this is not suitable for A level or higher. You will need at least an FX991ES

I completed my A levels with one a couple of years ago. I know they've changed but still should be good for a level

I completed my A levels with one a couple of years ago. I know they've …I completed my A levels with one a couple of years ago. I know they've changed but still should be good for a level

I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you need at least FX991ES which would be the same as A level maths.

I have this calculator (FX83GT) at work and I had to buy a fx-991ex plus for my course.

I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you n …I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you need at least FX991ES which would be the same as A level maths. I have this calculator (FX83GT) at work and I had to buy a fx-991ex plus for my course.

Again, I just competed my HNC this month using this calc what can't it do?

Tbh I’ve not sat and compared the two. I’m just going by what I was told wh …Tbh I’ve not sat and compared the two. I’m just going by what I was told when I enrolled. Everyone on my course had to buy the 991es.

Fair enough. I managed though. But as I said I know the exams for gcse and a level have changed but I was on the new HNC and found this to be sufficient including further maths at a level

Using this on my final year of chemistry no problems

Fair enough. I managed though. But as I said I know the exams for gcse and …Fair enough. I managed though. But as I said I know the exams for gcse and a level have changed but I was on the new HNC and found this to be sufficient including further maths at a level

You can compare the two here:https://education.casio.co.uk/comparison-chart

Having looked at this it's not 100% accurate as I can do complex numbers and bi nomials on the gt's. Maybe it's a bit more long winded than the newer version

Having looked at this it's not 100% accurate as I can do complex numbers …Having looked at this it's not 100% accurate as I can do complex numbers and bi nomials on the gt's. Maybe it's a bit more long winded than the newer version

This is a good price however please note this is not suitable for A level …This is a good price however please note this is not suitable for A level or higher. You will need at least an FX991ES

Great Value. In the good old days: many years ago; we couldn’t use these devices in exams. Each formula and method was memorised or scribbled on the inside of the pencil case

I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you n …I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you need at least FX991ES which would be the same as A level maths. I have this calculator (FX83GT) at work and I had to buy a fx-991ex plus for my course.

I'm doing a civil engineering degree and this works just fine with fluid mechanics calculations

It's about what is allowed during examinations, and there is a specific list of what is valid which may differ between different boards. . It's not about functionality but what models are certified for use. If you bring a calculator not on the list you will be barred from taking your exam so be careful!

Great Value. In the good old days: many years ago; we couldn’t use these d …Great Value. In the good old days: many years ago; we couldn’t use these devices in exams. Each formula and method was memorised or scribbled on the inside of the pencil case

It's about what is allowed during examinations, and there is a specific …It's about what is allowed during examinations, and there is a specific list of what is valid which may differ between different boards. . It's not about functionality but what models are certified for use. If you bring a calculator not on the list you will be barred from taking your exam so be careful!

There is no list. Certain functions are banned notably symbolic algebra.

This calculator cannot do statistical distributions notably binomial cumulative, normal cumulative and inverse normal. All these are required for the new A level mathematics. It also can't solve cubic and quartic equations nor do matrices (further maths).

I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you n …I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you need at least FX991ES which would be the same as A level maths. I have this calculator (FX83GT) at work and I had to buy a fx-991ex plus for my course.

Kids today... I did a HND in electronic engineering with just a basic calculator... using a slide rule must have been brutal back in the day

Kids today...I did a HND in electronic engineering with just a basic …Kids today...I did a HND in electronic engineering with just a basic calculator... using a slide rule must have been brutal back in the dayThese are the changes from the old modelhttps://education.casio.co.uk/products/gtxThe ClassPad Calculators look really nice

The curriculum is completely different now though.

The curriculum is completely different now though.

How is it different? Electronics has had the same equations since Adam was in short pants. I'd expect a bit more on FPGA's and robotics theory to stay relevant maybe, but I seem to remember LaPlace and Bode diagrams were the most complicated stuff required.

They've probably banned binary as non-inclusive by now :/

You're a better person than I. Can't bring myself to pay over the odds if it has been posted on here for cheaper!

Not sure what all there comments about this calculator not being suitable are, but I completed my Maths A-level and Maths BSc with one of these, never had any problems with it.

I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you n …I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you need at least FX991ES which would be the same as A level maths. I have this calculator (FX83GT) at work and I had to buy a fx-991ex plus for my course.

What's the difference between this and th FX85GT? I'm doing an HND in building services engineering, and so far the FX85GT has been more than adequate.

There is no list. Certain functions are banned notably symbolic …There is no list. Certain functions are banned notably symbolic algebra.This calculator cannot do statistical distributions notably binomial cumulative, normal cumulative and inverse normal. All these are required for the new A level mathematics. It also can't solve cubic and quartic equations nor do matrices (further maths).

This is the list for all exams at Loughborough University. I am sure this applies to other Universities also:

This is the approved list of calculators for use in University examinations.It was agreed by Programme Quality Team at their meeting held on 11 January 2010 that the following calculators will be acceptable for use in University Examinations:

What's the difference between this and th FX85GT? I'm doing an HND in …What's the difference between this and th FX85GT? I'm doing an HND in building services engineering, and so far the FX85GT has been more than adequate.

This is the list for all exams at Loughborough University. I am sure this …This is the list for all exams at Loughborough University. I am sure this applies to other Universities also:This is the approved list of calculators for use in University examinations.It was agreed by Programme Quality Team at their meeting held on 11 January 2010 that the following calculators will be acceptable for use in University Examinations:Aurora SC582Casio FX-83 series*Casio FX-85 series*Sharp ELW531 seriesTexas Instruments TI-30 seriesIf your calculator is not specifically listed above, it will NOT be allowed into the exam hall and will be confiscated immediately if found.

I was talking GCSE/A level as was clear from the rest of my comments.

Can't believe they are sill using a list from 2010?

I was talking GCSE/A level as was clear from the rest of my comments. …I was talking GCSE/A level as was clear from the rest of my comments. Can't believe they are sill using a list from 2010?

The whole point of a math exam is to check your understanding of the subject, not how good your calculator is.

Edited by: "Despondent" 8th May

Honestly I'm a bit disappointed that calculators today aren't more like kindles, it would be great to be able to draw an equation on something like A5 virtual paper, and see it in a bit more detail.

Physical buttons and convoluted human menu interfaces are a bit old hat

The whole point of a math exam is to check your understanding of the …The whole point of a math exam is to check your understanding of the subject, not how good your calculator is.

Last reply as you obviously don't "get it". Maths A level changed because calculators changed. Rather than have a book of statistical tables you can now use your calculator to look up a value. If your calculator can't do a normal or binomial cdf or an inverse normal then you will struggle with the stats questions on the new maths A level. No different to books of logs or trig functions which you probably remember. Most calculators from 2010 are no longer on sale.

Andover in Hampshire

Thank you

You will need at least an FX991ES

Edited by:"ljstrawson" 3rd MayI completed my A levels with one a couple of years ago. I know they've changed but still should be good for a level

I disagree, I’m currently doing a HNC in electronic engineering and you need at least FX991ES which would be the same as A level maths.

I have this calculator (FX83GT) at work and I had to buy a fx-991ex plus for my course.

Again, I just competed my HNC this month using this calc what can't it do?

Tbh I’ve not sat and compared the two. I’m just going by what I was told when I enrolled.

Everyone on my course had to buy the 991es.

Fair enough. I managed though. But as I said I know the exams for gcse and a level have changed but I was on the new HNC and found this to be sufficient including further maths at a level

You can compare the two here:

education.casio.co.uk/com…art

Having looked at this it's not 100% accurate as I can do complex numbers and bi nomials on the gt's. Maybe it's a bit more long winded than the newer version

Possibly.

Great Value. In the good old days: many years ago; we couldn’t use these devices in exams. Each formula and method was memorised or scribbled on the inside of the pencil case

I'm doing a civil engineering degree and this works just fine with fluid mechanics calculations

Now you have to have clear pencil cases

Edited by:"jamie15" 4th MayThere is no list. Certain functions are banned notably symbolic algebra.

This calculator cannot do statistical distributions notably binomial cumulative, normal cumulative and inverse normal. All these are required for the new A level mathematics.

It also can't solve cubic and quartic equations nor do matrices (further maths).

Kids today...

I did a HND in electronic engineering with just a basic calculator...

using a slide rule must have been brutal back in the day

These are the changes from the old model

education.casio.co.uk/pro…gtx

The ClassPad Calculators look really nice

Edited by:"horsey" 4th MayThe curriculum is completely different now though.

£5 in Walsall store

How is it different?

Electronics has had the same equations since Adam was in short pants.

I'd expect a bit more on FPGA's and robotics theory to stay relevant maybe, but I seem to remember LaPlace and Bode diagrams were the most complicated stuff required.

They've probably banned binary as non-inclusive by now :/

You're a better person than I. Can't bring myself to pay over the odds if it has been posted on here for cheaper!

What's the difference between this and th FX85GT? I'm doing an HND in building services engineering, and so far the FX85GT has been more than adequate.

This is the list for all exams at Loughborough University. I am sure this applies to other Universities also:

This is the approved list of calculators for use in University examinations.It was agreed by Programme Quality Team at their meeting held on 11 January 2010 that the following calculators will be acceptable for use in University Examinations:Aurora SC582Casio FX-83 series*Casio FX-85 series*Sharp ELW531 seriesTexas Instruments TI-30 seriesIf your calculator is not specifically listed above, it will NOT be allowed into the exam hall and will be confiscated immediately if found.see my post above

I was talking GCSE/A level as was clear from the rest of my comments.

Can't believe they are sill using a list from 2010?

Math doesn’t change very often...

Edited by:"Despondent" 5th Maybut calculators do...

The whole point of a math exam is to check your understanding of the subject, not how good your calculator is.

Edited by:"Despondent" 8th Mayit would be great to be able to draw an equation on something like A5 virtual paper, and see it in a bit more detail.

Physical buttons and convoluted human menu interfaces are a bit old hat

Last reply as you obviously don't "get it". Maths A level changed because calculators changed. Rather than have a book of statistical tables you can now use your calculator to look up a value. If your calculator can't do a normal or binomial cdf or an inverse normal then you will struggle with the stats questions on the new maths A level. No different to books of logs or trig functions which you probably remember. Most calculators from 2010 are no longer on sale.

Hey, are you telling me all those teenage years I spent flipping through a book of logarithmic tables were a compete and utter waste of time?

Come to think of it, I've never actually used them since... hmm...