Put down your pencils; the ACT is going digital.
The nonprofit assessment and analytics organization – also called ACT – announced last week that it will take its flagship test online in 2015.
Students shouldn't toss their bubbled answer sheets just yet, though. ACT will pilot the online delivery in select high schools before making it available for all test takers, says Jon Erickson, president of the organization's education division.
"Don't panic," Erickson says. "We're moving slowly, but rapidly."