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Casio Fx-83GTX Scientific Calculator, Black

Casio Fx-83GTX Scientific Calculator, Black

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Casio fx-83 is the UK's best-selling Scientific calculator.

Fx-83gtx is the new upgraded version of the fx-83gtplus, also available in blue and pink

Allowed in every UK exam where a calculator can be used

Recommended and approved for use within key stages 3 and 4, to include GCSE, National and higher, Junior and leaving.

Natural textbook display natural-v.P.A.M., shows Mathematical expressions as they appear in textbooks

276 functions; new functions on the ‘GTX’ model include ratio, digit Separator, advanced Statistics, advanced tables and variables list

Slide-on protective hard cover included

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PamelaRedhead22 days ago

Good price and will come in handy when my daughter take a her GCSE

Original Poster
21 days ago

your welcome and also there are 3 papers in gcse maths but you can use a calculator in 2 papers

Original Poster
21 days ago

explained in more detail here

During years 10 and 11, students will study the contents of the new GCSE maths curriculum. Their final GCSE grade will be entirely dependent upon the results of three 90 minute exams. Students will be able to enter at a higher tier (grades 9-4) or a foundation tier (grades 5-1), the higher tier will include questions that will stretch the more able, and the foundation tier will focus on core mathematical skills and understanding.


From 2017 GCSE grades in maths will now be from 9 to 1 instead of A* to G. Grade 9 will be reserved for the very highest achievers. A good pass is 5 or above. Ofqual the exam regulators are estimating that the same proportion of students will achieve a grade 4 and above as currently achieve a grade C and above.

Similarly, the same proportion of students achieving an A grade or higher will achieve a grade 7 or higher.

The bottom of grade 1 will be aligned with the bottom of grade G.

Grade 5 will be in the top third of the marks for a current Grade C and bottom third of the marks for a current Grade B.

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