Which calculators are permitted in exams?

Not all UNE exams allow the use of a calculator, but where they are permitted, your unit coordinator should let you know prior to your exam and the exam paper will have this clearly stated on the front page.

Where calculators are permitted, there are restrictions on the models allowed. If you bring a calculator that is not on the list of allowed models, you will not be permitted to use it and a replacement will not be provided, so it is important that you take note of these restrictions.

Approved list of calculators for UNE examinations

If a calculator does not appear on this list, it is NOT permitted for use in the exam room and will be confiscated. If your calculator is defaced or marked in such a way that the calculator model is not readable according to the exam supervisor, your calculator will be considered to be an unauthorised model and will be confiscated, and replacements are not provided so it is essential that you take note of this list of.

Please ensure that you note this requirement and check the current listing should you need to purchase a calculator for your studies at UNE.

Make sure your calculator is in good working order with fresh batteries before you sit your exam.

Permitted calculator brands and models

Abacus
SX-II MATRIX a

Canon
F717SGA;  F720;  F720i

Casio
All models starting with FC-200
fx-82AU PLUS;   fx-82AU PLUS II;  fx-82MS;  fx-82TL;   fx-83WA;   fx-85MS;  
fx-100AU;   fx-100AU PLUS;  fx-100S;  fx-300MS;  fx-350MS;   fx-911Z

Dick Smith
V7184

Hewlett-Packard
HP8S
All models starting with HP10
All models starting with HP12

InSystem
IN-82SC

Jastek
JasCS1

Office One
3000

RSB
FB 350MS

Scholar
DS-82MS;  KD-350MS;  D1-5;  SC-150MX;  SC-250MX

Sharp
All models starting with EL-73
EL-509V;  EL-509WM;  EL-520WG;  EL-W531HA;  EL-531VH;  EL-531WH;  
EL-531X;  EL-531XH;  EL-W532XH

Texas Instruments
All models starting with BA II