GMAT Cheating Scandal
GMAT Cheating SCANDAL
Cheating scandals involving MBA students and applicants seem to be occurring more frequently.
In 2005, some applicants who logged on an unauthorized site to learn their admission outcome paid the price by losing their admission offer to schools like Harvard Business School.
In 2007, an ethical firestorm erupted at Fuqua when thirty five current students were accused of cheating.
Now several thousand students who used a questionable website, Scoretop, to get an edge on the GMAT may find their admission dreams derailed.
While there is strong pressure on applicants to put together “wow” applications, it is never a license to cheat. Taking any ethical short cuts is a sure way to end your MBA aspirations.
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