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This is my very 1st time taking the GMAT. Are we allowed to bring calculators for the exam?
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astalli1 wrote:
This is my very 1st time taking the GMAT. Are we allowed to bring calculators for the exam?


Welcome to the GMAT Club!

No you are not allowed to bring a calculator in the exam. The only section in which you are allowed to use a calculator is Integrated Reasoning. You will see a calculator on your screen when that section starts.
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No calculators are not allowed. I would make sure to read up on all the rules of the GMAT, so you know what to expect. It can get pretty nerve wracking test day, so you want to be confident you know ins and outs of the policies behind the GMAT
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astalli1 wrote:
This is my very 1st time taking the GMAT. Are we allowed to bring calculators for the exam?


Welcome to the GMAT world!

Unfortunately calculators are not allowed, and fortunately, the quant section of GMAT is all 12th grade basic quant with more focus on reasoning, hence quantitative reasoning.

I would suggest go to www.mba.com and download a free GMAT Prep software, once downloaded you can attempt your first moc test.

Hope this helps! All the best for the GMAT without calculator :)
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