Tagged: sat cheating
In case you weren’t aware, SAT cheating has become rampant and it’s a serious offense. The US Department of Justice recently indicted 15 Chinese nationals for SAT cheating. They are alleged to have taken the test for others for fees of approximately $6,000 per test appearance.
It’s not just the integrity of the college admission process (itself an issue of great importance), but it’s also the money at stake. ETS recently lost its license to administer tests in the UK over allegations of cheating it was unable to prevent. And just in case more reasons are needed to dissuade cheating, please understand that students are rather quietly booted from schools every year when it becomes apparent they are not who they claimed to be in their applications due to issues such as extremely weak English language skills.
Best of luck with your applications!
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