And possibly even end the exam automatically when the user has enough wrong answers early enough?
My "written" learner's permit exam was on a computer. There were 20 items, and I got stopped right after I answered Question #16. The minimum passing grade was a 70, which means I must have gotten 2 wrong and I answered question #16 correctly. But initially, this freaked me out because stopping the exam just like that made me think that it's possible I got enough wrong answers so far to have failed the exam. Worse yet, the exam, of course, did not tell me whether I got previous item right or wrong, or kept a running tally of my score on each question answered.
As you can tell, I'm not a fan of premature exam termination when either a pass or a fail condition is met. Someone might argue that this approach saves time, and there may be other unforeseen (to me) advantages.
If we decide to make them answer all of the questions, would it be considered wasting their time when they already passed at a particular question? But this scheme is familiar and definitely doesn't add to a test taker's anxiety.
How should such electronic tests be administered?