Why, in 2016, are multiple choice tests (such as the ACT) still using pencils and bubble sheets instead of a digital format?

It seems like an archaic way of doing things - not to mention the rule against going back to previous sections (which some people manage to get away with, while others get caught doing it) is unnecessary if you simply can't access the previous section.

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  • hace 4 años

    Digital formats can be problematic too - but if they have sections, they need to damn well break the test up into multiple booklets.

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