# What calculators can you use on the ACT 2021?

## What calculators can you use on the ACT 2021?

Now, with all these fundamental introductions, let’s move forward and discuss what are the best calculators for the ACT.

- Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator.
- Casio fx-9750GII Graphing Calculator.
- Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Graphing Calculator.
- Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS 2-Line Scientific Calculator.

### What calculator is best for ACT?

The 5 best calculators allowed for ACT

- Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE Graphics Calculator – Best Calculator for ACT.
- TI-Nspire CX Graphing Calculator – Best Value ACT Calculator.
- Texas Instruments TI-83 Graphing Calculator.
- Casio fx-9750GII Graphing Calculator – Best Budget ACT Calculator.
- HP 39gs Graphing Calculator.

#### Is a TI-84 allowed on the ACT?

The TI-84 Plus graphing calculator is allowed during the entire portion of the math section of the ACT. You can use your TI graphing calculator to work through problems more efficiently, help verify answers, and model a difficult word problem.

**Do they provide you a calculator for the ACT?**

You are allowed to bring a calculator on test day (none will be provided for you), and it can mean the difference of several points on the ACT to have a calculator versus having none. But what kind of calculator should you bring and how should you make best use of it during the test?

**Can you use the TI 73 on the ACT?**

Approved Calculators on the ACT: TI-73. TI-84. TI-84 plus C. TI-Nspire (any model excluding the CAS models)

## Is TI 86 allowed on ACT?

Although graphing capabilities are not necessary for ACT success, students accustomed to using a graphing calculator may want to find an acceptable replacement. TI-83 and TI-84 models are approved. Many schools have used these calculators in the classroom for years, so students are familiar with them.

### Is TI 30XIIS allowed on ACT?

Ideal for general math, pre-algebra, algebra I and II, geometry, statistics and general science. The TI-30XIIS™ scientific calculator is approved for use on SAT®, ACT® and AP® exams.

#### Can you use two calculators on the ACT?

You can bring two calculators to the exam.

**Do students still use calculators?**

Yet, for millions of middle school and high school students around America, the graphing calculator is still a required standard — and TI controls an estimated 80% of the $300m+ market.

**Are graphing calculators obsolete?**

Despite being a vivid example of outdated and potentially obsolete technology, the graphing calculator still contributes dependable profits to TI. Research published in the Wall Street Journal indicates, in fact, that TI controls approximately 80% of the USA market for graphing calculators.

## Is HP prime allowed on ACT?

Here are some of the graphing calculator models that are not allowed in the ACT testing room: Banned Texas Instruments Models: TI-89, TI-92, and TI-Nspire CAS. Banned Hewlett-Packard Models: HP Prime, HP 48GII, and all models that begin with 40G, 49G, and 50G.

### Can you use a calculator on the ACT math test?

ACT-approved calculators are permitted only on the math portion of the test. Comprised of 60 multiple choice questions, the Math Test is divided into three sections: You can expect the 24 questions in the first section to test your knowledge of basic algebra.

#### Do you have to bring your timetable to the University of Exeter?

PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU BRING YOUR TIMETABLE WITH YOU TO EACH EXAM. Do not print it out onto previously printed on paper, as information other than your timetable may be considered as unpermitted notes. Your timetable will also be available via the iExeter app.

**Can a calculator be voided on ACT test day?**

Because according to the ACT’s testing policy, the staff is explicitly responsible for checking your calculator and if it’s not allowed, they are required to confiscate it and can void your test too. Now that we’ve discussed what you can’t use, let’s start to look at what you are allowed to bring on test day.

**When do I need to get medical evidence for University of Exeter?**

Friday 28th June 2019 for Referred/Deferred exams. Prior to the appointment you will need to obtain medical evidence which you will need to bring along to your appointment. This will ensure that any required needs assessment can be carried out in time for your exams.