Which Calculator Should I use for the FE Electrical and Computer Exam?

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A lot of questions on the FE Electrical and Computer Exam will require you to use a calculator. Therefore, it is essential that you master the calculator you use to save as much time as possible during the exam.  Additionally, a lot of calculations, such as vectors, matrices, standard deviations, permutations, and integrals can be solved using a calculator, so it is important that you pick the right one.

The following calculators are allowed by NCEES® for the FE Exam:

Casio: All fx-115 and fx-991 Models (must have “fx-115” and “fx-991” in its model name)

Hewlett Packard: Only HP 33s and HP 35s models.

Texas Instruments: All TI-30X and TI-36X models

Although many types of calculators can be used, the popular choice among our candidates is the TI-36X Pro, and it can do all the calculations mentioned earlier. You can click this link to order a TI-36X Pro right now. A guide for how to use the TI-36X Pro can be found here.

 

Helpful references for FE Electrical and Computer Exam Preparation

FE exam Overview

FE Electrical and Computer Exam Specification

NCEES FE Reference Handbook

List of Approved Calculators

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