SALT LAKE CITY -- Forget the No. 2 pencils.
A revamped computer testing method is making its way into Utah classrooms.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that one of the biggest changes under the new testing is a significant decline in multiple-choice questions.
During the next school year, digital tests will cater to how well a student is doing during the test.
If a child answers a question wrong, the test then offers an easier one. If a student answers correctly, the next one will be harder.
Parents and teachers praise the new form of testing. They say it does a better job of reflecting what a student knows, instead of allowing them to guess their way through.
Some Utah schools already offer the tests. Others will bring them in by spring 2014.