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20 now charged with cheating on SATs

Associated Press / November 23, 2011
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Thirteen more current and former high school students from an affluent community on New York’s Long Island were charged yesterday in a widening college entrance exam cheating scandal, bringing the total to 20. Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice said four of the new defendants are accused of taking payments of $500 to $3,600 to stand in for students on SAT or ACT exams. The other nine are accused of paying the alleged impostors to stand in for them.

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