So you have to take a standardized test and you want to know what calculator you can actually bring to the test. Here are some helpful links for students

- Calculators for the SAT (Pretty flexible here. Looks like they even take a TI-89 calculator)
- New York State Regents Exam (TI-84, TI-85 are indeed allowed but no Ti-89’s)
- AP Calculus( ab )

These lists have been pretty stable for the last several years so I don’t see them changing much any time soon. Of course, these lists and the inability to use a cell phone calculator is also a major reason why TI has done so little to improve upon its calculators for the last 10 years.

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I just got word from someone in NYS that TI89 andTI89 platinums meet the standards and can be used.