By early 2015, most students who opt to take the ACT will do so on a computer, reports the New York Times. (Students in school districts that lack the resources to accommodate the new computerized test will get a paper-and-pencil version.)
The computerized ACT, like the current ACT, will be composed of four main sections—English, reading, math, and science—and an optional writing section. However, it will feature some new question types. The ACT (the company that administers the test, not the test itself) says it plans to add interactive questions to the computerized test. Click here to read more on the Times.