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Can We Bring Calculator for GMAT?

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New post 25 Dec 2004, 00:17
Hi all,

While reading GMAT bulletin, I have found that calculator is not permitted to bring into the GMAT test center. I don't know how one can do the Math section without calculator.

Anyone has experience?

Thank a lot,

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New post 25 Dec 2004, 01:09
Hello wunderbar

Yes, you can do the math section without the calculator. I have taken it and didnt miss my calc. at all. Best way is to try practising without using a calculator.

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Hi all,

While reading bulletin, I have found that calculator is not permitted to bring into the test center. I don't know how one can do the Math section without calculator.

Anyone has experience?

Thank a lot,

Wunderbar03

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New post 25 Dec 2004, 01:24
During my very first attempt 2 years ago, I also thought calculator was allowed until 1 day prior to the test... I was really underprepared given that I did my practice with a calculator. The thing is even with a calculator, you will not be able to calculate questions like what is the units digit of 53^691? I would suggest you to buy a copy of the Official Guide for the GMAT, Princeton Review CAT and Kaplan800. Take the test seriously and practice problems from this forum, it will help you with the basics
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New post 25 Dec 2004, 09:15
guys like paul and preat know their stuff , if i were you i would follow their advice. definitelly practice without using calc. dont even bring one to the test center, you'll be risking being asked to leave and forfeit the test. i had a friend who got caught with a calc and some cheat sheets [what a dumb@ss ;]]] and the questor politely asked him to leave. he forfeited his test and the fee and was basically screwed. he ended up retaking the test and scoring 700+ without a calc. hope that helps. good luck and merry xmas.

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That is clear.

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