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Tech-savvy kids prefer taking SAT with pencil, paper

8:42 AM, Apr. 3, 2013
Just one in 10 students surveyed recently said they would like to take the SAT, the standardized college entrance exam, on a computer. Nine out of 10 prefer paper and pencil.
Just one in 10 students surveyed recently said they would like to take the SAT, the standardized college entrance exam, on a computer. Nine out of 10 prefer paper and pencil.
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Even in this digital age, college-bound teens say they would prefer taking the SAT the old-fashioned way -- with paper and pencil.

Asked if they would like to take the standardized college entrance exam on a computer, just one in 10 students said yes, according to a survey by Kaplan Test Prep.

Many parents didn't see that one coming. In a companion survey, nearly two out of three parents thought their kids would rather take the SAT online. ...

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