# Is a calculator allowed on AP statistics?

## Is a calculator allowed on AP statistics?

You can bring up to 2 permitted calculators to the exam. Be sure to bring calculators that you’re familiar with and that are in good working order. You don’t need to clear your calculators’ memories before or after the exam.

**Are CAS calculators allowed in college?**

Seven models of the TI-Nspire CAS are on the College Board’s list. The ACT, which competes with the College Board for test-takers, prohibits calculators with CAS functionality.

### Is there a non calculator section on the AP Statistics exam?

Exam Overview You’ll need to bring a graphing calculator with statistics capabilities to the exam.

**Do you need a calculator for statistics?**

Just about any scientific calculator, including the $12 Casios, have the basic stats functions ΣX, Σ(X²), ΣY, ΣXY, and σ which is all you really need. The graphing functions are helpful but certainly not a necessity. I was one of the few folks without the fancy calculator and I got the high score in the class…

## Is AP Calculus harder than AP Statistics?

Yes, AP Statistics and AP Calculus are both advanced level math courses, but you and I both know which one is harder. (AP Calc is harder.

**Is a TI-84 a CAS calculator?**

There is a third party CAS Engine available for the TI-84+ CE. However, TI recently removed the functionality to run C and Assembly programs on your calculator for firmware versions 5.5.

### Is it hard to get a 5 on AP stats?

As you can see, a high percentage of students earn scores of 3, 4, or 5 on the AP® Statistics Exam. In fact, across all five years, an average of 59% of test-takers earned a score of 3, 4, or 5. This means that almost 3 out of every five students taking the AP® Stats Exam have the potential to earn college credit.

**What calculator should I use for statistics?**

As far as statistics is concerned, the best calculator for statistics is the TI-83, though the TI-89 comes close.