We just read where a high school in Wichita Falls scheduled their three-hour PSAT’s in the town’s local colisium hockey arena. All that stood between the shivering students and the ice was a thin flooring made of lightweight plastic. The cold was bad enough, but it was further complicated by the wet condensation covering the chairs, desks and floor, so student’s hands – and their test papers – were getting soaked.
One poor student at a specific disadvantage is a Raynaud’s sufferer. He was hoping to have a shot at a scholarship, but probably lost his chance trying to score in this cold, wet test environment. Sounds like a bad nightmare for this young Frostie!