Nearly 100 Would-Be MBAs Nailed in GMAT Scandal

The scores of 84 MBA seekers are canceled after they were found to have peeked at test questions. Some have already enrolled or graduated

The GMAT cheating scandal that has roiled the business school world for nearly three months, threatening to shatter the dreams of thousands, ended this week with more of a whimper than a bang. The exam administrator voided the scores of just 84 test takers and is allowing the vast majority of them to retake the exam immediately. At least some of the voided scores belong to students who have either already been accepted to business school or have graduated.

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