Bring Your Own Calculator
College board has a defined calculator use policy for the SAT test. Besides a few sharpened HB pencils and erasers, bring your own calculator. As a rule, the testing centers can allow the use of the college board approved calculators only. College board has approved the use of most graphing calculators and all scientific calculators. However, it is prudent to choose a calculator from the list. You cannot borrow calculators from fellow test takers.
College board allows the use of a calculator only for the section 4 (Math test with calculator) of SAT test. You cannot use the calculator for the any other sections of the SAT test.
By oversight, if you use the calculator for anything other the section 4, the test center may void your test and expel you from the center. Therefore, abide by the testing policies and save the day.
Below is a list of a few common sense calculator use policy tips:
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