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A-Level and graphing technology

What makes the Casio fx-CG50 such an effective tool for maths exams? We a produced a number of articles that highlight the benefits of the calculator. Hopefully these articles will help answer the common question, do you need a graphic calculator for A-level maths?

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A-level calculators: what do you need to know?

Students making the step up from GCSE to A-level maths will need a lot of support as they tackle more complex topics and challenges in years 12 and 13. This will come primarily from the teacher, but A-level maths students can also gain a lot from using effective tools to support their learning, including the right calculator.

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6 questions to help you find the best graphing
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A graphing calculator such as the Casio fx-CG50 can provide crucial support for teaching, learning and understanding as GCSE and A-level maths students prepare for their exams. But where do you start?

A Level students using the Casio fx-CG50

Choosing the right calculator for A-level maths

Something we’ve learned from our many conversations with teachers and education experts here at Casio is that A-level maths students need to feel calm, confident and well-prepared in order to reach their full potential in exams.

Students using the Casio fx-CG50 graphic calculator

A-level maths calculators: common questions answered

Students making the step up from GCSE to A-level maths will need as much support as possible as they embark on deeper explorations of topics such as trigonometry, geometry and calculus.

A-Lewel student using the Casio fx-CG50 graphic calculator

Graphing calculators: what you need to know

Here’s our guide to graphing calculators, covering how to use them, tips for selecting the best calculator for students and teachers, and more..

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Free fx-CG50 training

Master maths on the fx-CG50 with a free one-hour skills training session via Zoom.

By attending one of our training sessions, not only will you acquire key skills and gain confidence using the fx-CG50, our training session focuses on using the calculator for learning maths in an A-level topic. We’ll use applicable A-Level question demonstrations which you can use in your next class. Delivered by training experts who know the calculator inside out, we’ll teach you and up to four colleagues at a time of your choosing.

A-Lewel student using the Casio fx-CG50 graphic calculator

How to use a graphing calculator: an introduction

A graphing calculator such as the Casio fx-CG50 is a powerful tool for both teaching and learning, as long as it’s used efficiently.

To really get the best out of your device, you and your students need to be familiar with its essential capabilities and how they can be applied to mathematical concepts, problems and questions in exams.

So, with that in mind, let’s look at some of the most important functionality available on our most advanced graphing calculator and how you can access it.

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How to use a scientific calculator: an introduction

The scientific calculator is an invaluable tool to support students throughout their secondary school education, from year 7 to their GCSE and A-level exams.

Discover the essentials of using a scientific calculator, from performing calculations to solving equations.

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GCSE students using the fx-CG50 graphic calculator

How the right GCSE maths calculator can help students succeed

GCSE maths revision and exam preparation is one of the most important phases in any student’s education, and a testing time for teachers. You have a lot to think about when preparing your learners for this crucial milestone, from teaching the fundamentals of the mathematics syllabus to readying students for the demands of exam questions.

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GCSE calculators: options, features and benefits

GCSE maths presents a range of new challenges to students. As well as deepening their understanding of topics including algebra, probability and statistics, they need to show this comprehension in longer and more demanding exam papers.

Students with Casio ClassWiz calculators

The best scientific calculators to meet your students’ needs

To find the best scientific calculators for your school and for students at various stages of their secondary education, it’s important to have a clear idea of your options and their respective benefits. Let’s take a closer look at some of the different types of scientific calculators available

Students using the Casio fx-CG50

Supported pricing for schools on Casio Scientific and Graphic Calculators

Supported prices are available on the fx-CG50 Graphic Calculator and all Casio Scientific models. To order for your school, simply follow the account set-up procedure and we can get you started.

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Master maths on the fx-CG50 with a free one-hour skills training session via Zoom.

Free resources, made by teachers for teachers

Casio offer a large suite of resources available for UK schools and cover teaching with calculators alongside the most popular subject topics for GCSE and A Level.

Available as downloadable PDFs and videos – there is a handy collection of ‘How To’ resources and model specific content.  You can also create your own ‘collections’ in order to save your most useful downloads.

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