From U.S. News: ACT says more test takers will be able to trade No. 2 pencil for computer-based test
by Kimberly Hefling, AP Education Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) — ACT test takers take note: The No. 2 pencil is losing its cachet. Greater numbers of high school students will be able to take the college entrance exam on a computer next year.
The ACT announced Friday that computer-based testing will be available next year in the 18 states and additional districts that require students, typically juniors, to take the ACT during the school day. About 1 million students could be affected.
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