ETS is the world’s largets private educational testing and measurement organization - visit there website for more information. Here is the summary of ETS calculator policies for Education, Mathematics, and Science Tests extracted from ETS website.

Scientific calculator (non-programmable models) for the following tests although you are not required to do so:

- Elementary Education: Content Essays (0013)
- Elementary Education: Content Knowledge (0014)
- Fundamental Subjects: Content Knowledge (0511)
- Business Education (0100)
- Middle School: Content Knowledge (0146)
- MSAT: Content Knowledge (0140)
- MSAT: Content Area Exercises (0151)

The tests listed below require the use of a graphing calculator:

- Mathematics: Content Knowledge (0061)
- Mathematics: Proofs, Models, and Problems, Part 1 (0063)
- Mathematics: Proofs, Models, and Problems, Part 2 (0064)
- Examinees are expected to bring a graphing calculator with the following capabilities:
- Plot the graph of a function within an arbitrary viewing window
- Find the zeros of a function
- Compute the derivative of a function numerically
- Compute definite integrals numerically
- Here is their list of HP approved calculators:

Calculator is Not Permitted for the following tests:

- Elementary Education: Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment (0011)
- Elementary Education: Content Area Exercises (0012)
- Mathematics: Pedagogy (0065)
- Family and Consumer Sciences (0120)
- General Mathematics (0067)
- Praxis I: Pre-Professional Skills Test, PPST Math (0730)
- Biology tests including Life Science: Pedagogy
- Chemistry tests
- Earth Science tests
- Economics (0910)
- Environmental Education (0830)
- General Science tests
- Marketing tests
- Physical Science tests
- Physics tests
- Teaching Foundations tests
- Technology tests

Updated On: 12.07.27