Dozens of MBA Applicants Tossed Over Plagiarism

Some schools are taking a zero-tolerance stand on plagiarized admissions essays. Photograph by Bryan Mullennix/Getty Images

Sixty-three MBA applicants at Penn State and UCLA have been rejected after admissions officials discovered they had plagiarized parts of their admissions essays, a number that the schools say is likely to increase in subsequent application rounds.

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