Can You Have Your Tests Nullified Prior to Scoring?

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Finally, the test is over. You just took the SAT or ACT, but as the proctor calls time on the last section, you feel pangs of anxiety instead of a wave of relief.

Maybe you woke up feeling sick or suddenly felt very ill in the middle of the test. Perhaps you froze up with a bad case of test anxiety. Maybe someone or something was disturbing you or distracting you in the testing room.

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