If your referring to the PCAT: Who says you can use a calculator? Cant use that eitheri appreciate your reply but I find it hard to believe what you are saying. You would not do a calculation by hand, you would save time by using the calculator. How is this any different?
Im not really asking for others opinions here, I am asking if its stated in the Terms and Conditions that doing so is forbiddenI think the PCAT exam is run on a software which most likely also records what you are doing. I guess you could risk it and try pressing the ctrl+f command and see if it works. I would assume the software will make that command not applicable but if it doesn't, they could also say you were going against the rules of this exam and trash your score.
A calculator and periodic table is provided on the exam. I think they appear as buttons you can press to open them up.
If you attempt to do the search command and your score isn't trashed, let everyone here know. It does make a significant difference on the CR section.
If you do not like the answers given nor seeking other opinions, call the PCAT customer relations yourself and ask specifically about your question:Im not really asking for others opinions here, I am asking if its stated in the Terms and Conditions that doing so is forbidden