During the bar exam on Thursday, more than 1,000 test-takers at a Boston hotel had to contend with the ear-piercing, head-pounding din of construction.

As if the most important test of their blossoming legal careers was not stressful enough, people seated in the Park Plaza Hotel’s Imperial Ballroom had their nerves rattled further by distracting noises, The Boston Globe reports.

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