High school students in Darien, Conn., and 12 other communities are taking part in a potentially groundbreaking pilot program, using computers to take a college admissions test previously administered by old-fashioned pencil-and-paper methods.

Twenty Darien High School juniors took the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) on January 27, but they didn't have to worry about bringing their sharpened No. 2 pencils to fill in the little ovals on their score sheets.



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