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Students Boast on Twitter About Taking FCAT Drunk and High

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Today is the first day of FCAT testing for students across the state, and on Twitter some high school students are sharing their secrets to getting high scores. Not good scores, mind you, but the kind of scores you get when you're literally high. Like stoned, or at the very least drunk.

Twitchy has a roundup of students boasting about taking on the standardized test while stoned, and we've found a few others.

Of course, thankfully, not all kids showed up to school today drunk or high. Some of them had to temper down their weekend plans in preparation for the test.

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