Education Technology

Exam Resources

Prepare your students – and their TI graphing calculators – for success on their high stakes exams.

Prepare your calculators for the test

Download easy-to-follow instructions to clear and configure TI-83, TI-84 Plus and
TI-Nspire™ graphing calculators.

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Tips for TI-Nspire™ CX handhelds 

Watch fun videos and download the best practices guide to discover great ways to save time and avoid mistakes.

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Tips for TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculators

Learn how to save time and avoid mistakes using the great ways described in these fun videos and best practices guide.

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The Right Calculator for the Exam

Many high-stakes exams require or recommend a graphing calculator. Use the chart below to see which TI technology is accepted on your exam.

SAT* and PSAT/NMSQT* Program Resources

The College Board recommends using a graphing calculator on the SAT*, SAT* Subject Tests™, and the Preliminary SAT*/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT*/NMSQT*).
Learn more at collegeboard.com/testing and SAT calculator policies.

ACT* Resources

ACT* recommends using a graphing calculator on the ACT* Mathematics Test.

For deadlines , registration and other information, visit act.org and ACT calculator policies.

Advanced Placement Program* (AP*) Resources

The College Board permits a graphing calculator on sections of the AP* Calculus AB, AP* Calculus BC, and AP* Statistics exams, and on free response sections of the AP* Chemistry and AP* Physics BC exams. For deadlines, registration and polices, visit collegeboard.com/testing

The Princeton Review® practice questions

Practice with your graphing calculator using these free test-prep questions for SAT*, ACT* and AP* exams.

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User manuals and tutorials

Download guidebooks and view step-by-step product videos to learn more about your
TI education technology.

*SAT & AP and PSAT/NMSQT are registered trademarks of the College Board, ACT is a registered trademark of ACT, Inc. IB is a registered trademark of the International Baccalaureate Organization. None were involved in the production of nor endorse this product. Policies subject to change.

The Princeton Review and The Princeton Review logo are trademarks registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by The Princeton Review, Inc., which is not affiliated with Princeton University.