You can’t bring your own calculator. Here’s what you need to know about the 6 exams that use an integrated calculator and an on-screen practice tool.

On CLEP exam day, test takers aren’t allowed to bring their own calculators into the testing room. There are only 6 CLEP exams that include an exam calculator on the screen. If a calculator is allowed, it will display on the screen. If it’s not allowed, you’ll have to do the calculation long-hand.

**Calculus**– A graphing calculator, the TI-84 Plus CE, is available to students during Section 2 of the CLEP Calculus exam. Only certain questions require this calculator.**Chemistry**– A scientific (nongraphing) calculator, the TI-30XS MultiView, is available to students during these exams. Students are expected to know how and when to use the calculator.**College Algebra**– A scientific (nongraphing) calculator, the TI-30XS MultiView, is available to students during these exams. Students are expected to know how and when to use the calculator.**College Mathematics**– A scientific (nongraphing) calculator, the TI-30XS MultiView, is available to students during these exams. Students are expected to know how and when to use the calculator.**Financial Accounting**– A four-function calculator is available during the exam as part of the testing software. Because the use of this calculator is straightforward, it’s NOT covered by the ETS Calculator Practice page.**Precalculus**– The TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator is integrated into the exam software. It’s available during Section 1 of the exam. Only certain questions require this calculator.