GMAT Cheaters BewareLawrence M. Rudner
In 2008, the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which publishes the GMAT, shut down a website allowing prospective test takers to access "live" test questions—in effect, it was a "sneak peek" at the test. When the smoke cleared, 84 test takers who used the site had their test scores voided and their business schools notified.
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