Nearly 30 South Florida high school students will have to retake their Advanced Placement (AP) exam after they went missing.
The Palm Beach County School District was alerted by the College Board that they never received 27 exams taken by students at Royal Palm Beach High School back in May.
These exams are necessary for the teens to receive college credit. But some students at the same school say they would be really worried.
"I would hate to have to redo it. It's so far in the past and I wouldn't be able to remember any of the strategies."
CBS 12 News spoke with a tutor who said that's exactly what she would be concerned about for her students.
Superintendent Mike Burke says the students affected are in various grades and some have already graduated, which presents even more concerns.
The school district is working with the students to reschedule the exams.