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23 Jul 2012, 09:33
I have read that all test takers could use calculators for the IR section.
My question is do test takers need to bring their own calculators or they will be provided in test centers?
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23 Jul 2012, 09:51
i think you are given an online calculator.
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23 Jul 2012, 10:02
Not really - see this list for the items that are prohibited (take heed!)
8-things-not-to-do-at-the-test-center-120625.html
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23 Jul 2012, 23:09
Q: Does the GMAT exam allow calculator use?
A: An online calculator with basic functions is available for Integrated Reasoning, but not for the Quantitative section. You are not allowed to bring calculators into the testing room.

http://www.mba.com/the-gmat/nex-gen/ans ... tions.aspx

You are not allowed to take calculators to the test. A basic virtual calculator will pop up similar to the one available in the windows OS, you will have the option to click on the calculator icon in the IR section. You can check it out in the latest GMATPrep software.
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