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More than 400 high school students will have to retake the ACT college entry exam after a North Carolina high school lost the tests.
“We recently discovered that the answer sheets for the ACT tests administered to all Pinecrest High School juniors on February 20 and March 13, 2019, were not submitted to ACT for scoring,” the school wrote in a statement on its website. “As a result, juniors who took the ACT on these dates do not have scores.”
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Students will be able to retake the exam at no cost in the fall and scores should come back in time for applying to colleges for early admissions, CNN reported.
“It was human error,” Moore County Schools spokeswoman Catherine Murphy said to CNN.
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Murphy said the school reached out to the ACT around May 20 after parents were wondering about their kids’ exam scores....
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