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High schoolers in Florida are freaking out about the ACT test as Hurricane Irma approaches

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As Hurricane Irma approaches Florida, residents are preparing for flooding and winds that can topple trees and knock out power lines.

But, many high schoolers have a more immediate concern: the ACT test, which is scheduled for Saturday, September 9.

Dozens of students tweeted at the ACT’s account asking for clarification about what would happen with the test as many evacuated Florida.

“I need time to prepare for Irma (and, most importantly, the ACT Math Section!!!)!” one student wrote on the ACT subreddit earlier this week. “Also, I’d rather not waste a gallon of gas driving to my test read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com