Our latest newsletter is going to be published and sent out via email momentarily, but I just wanted to report that topscore.com, a website that allegedly had “real GMAT questions” has been shut down and fined $2.3 million for damages to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
The GMAC has seized a hard drive that was used to administer the site and is going after any topscore.com users that it finds. The GMAC has stated it will do the following to anyone caught using, disclosing, or accessing any “real GMAT questions”:
Cancel any GMAT scores
Disallow the individual from taking the GMAT again
Notify member business schools
Consider civil or criminal prosecution
So if thousands of high scores are being canceled, shouldn’t everyone elses scores be adjusted as well? I would think that everyone elses score should actually be higher than they really are. Is this being discussed?