Computer problems that prevented some students from taking the FCAT Tuesday appear to be solved in Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Both districts said testing went smoothly Wednesday with no issues reported. A problem with the testing software Tuesday created long delays for some students while others didn't get to take it all. A number of other districts reported similar problems.
Neither Broward nor Palm Beach had a count of how many students were impacted.
"Each school operates its own testing site, and we're waiting to hear how many students will need to make up the test, but it didn't affect a lot of students," said Owen Torres, spokesman for the Palm Beach County School District.
Broward spokeswoman Nadine Drew said, "I do understand our problems were not as significant as some other districts."
Schools have a several week window to offer make-up tests for students.
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