More than 72 hours after being kicked out of the Nebraska State Bar Exam, Alaina Arroyo said she still has not been contacted by anyone from the state Supreme Court, which oversees attorney licensure in the state and administers the test.

Arroyo, who was taking the test in a private room due to a medical accommodation for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, had been allowed to begin the test Tuesday without receiving the required temperature check because a health inspector was not yet present. However, 20 minutes into the exam, she said, an inspector arrived and took her temperature, which registered at 101 degrees three times.

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