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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — More than 90 ACT tests completed at a Clarksville high school almost two months ago have been lost in the mail.
ACT representative Ed Colby tells media outlets that the tests picked up by FedEx from Northeast High School in October never got to them.
Colby says 99 tests appear to lost somewhere in the FedEx system.
The ACT sent out a letter to students explaining the situation. Colby says the letter can also be sent to universities if the students are facing a deadline.
Colby says students can retake the tests anytime in the next twelve months without having to pay the registration fee.
In a statement, FedEx representatives issued an apology, saying they're continuing to work to locate the tests.
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