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Monkey Face
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06/03/2012 19:09:45
According to someone who sold their financial calculator on souq.com, it was purchased at Sheeba stores in Bur Dubai.


BNBH
Posts 1115



06/03/2012 19:01:18
lol I didnt either and ran round every store in town. Incidentally didnt find anything much in Sharraf.
edited by BNBH on 06/03/2012


australiajudy
Posts 430



06/03/2012 18:55:46
I didn't even think of Park and Shop - and I visit there regularly. Will try tomorrow!


Monkey Face
Posts 921



06/03/2012 18:55:44
Hmmm...maybe try Sharaf DG or similar?


BNBH
Posts 1115



06/03/2012 18:54:36
Try park and shop in Safa, they had loads of ALL types when i was looking last year. However they were in a glass case and I missed them the first time I was looking.


australiajudy
Posts 430



06/03/2012 18:43:14
Have phoned as many places as I can think - Magrudy's etc....but everywhere has scientific calculators rather than financial ones.
Does anyone have secondary school students studying finance/accounting or uni students? where do they get their calculators from?


Monkey Face
Posts 921



06/03/2012 16:57:10
australiajudy wrote:
I would usually just my computer or iphone but you can't take these into the exam...I also prefer to just download the textbook on my kindle/ipad but you can't take these in either so I have to have the specific textbook shipped for 260 dirhams from australia!
such a pain.
I haven't actually used a calculator since high school (a long time ago).


Magrudy's or Kinokuniya.
Althought they will probably be way overpriced so better to order online.


australiajudy
Posts 430



06/03/2012 15:11:53
I would usually just my computer or iphone but you can't take these into the exam...I also prefer to just download the textbook on my kindle/ipad but you can't take these in either so I have to have the specific textbook shipped for 260 dirhams from australia!
such a pain.
I haven't actually used a calculator since high school (a long time ago).


alimart
Posts 374



06/03/2012 13:37:29
I've seen them in Office Depot in Mirdiff City Centre so maybe give them a call and see if they still stock them.


A Rancher
Posts 3302



06/03/2012 13:00:48
If you have an ipad or android phone you can download one. Some of them are free others are a dollar or so. I've only seen scientific calculators in the shops. Also a lot of the formulae you need will be available in Excel


australiajudy
Posts 430



06/03/2012 09:45:27
I need to buy a financial calculator for my uni course. Anyone know where to get these sorts of things - i haven't bought a calculator anywhere for 20 years!


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