University of Michigan undergrad involved in SAT cheating scandal

ANN ARBOR, Mich.-A University of Michigan undergrad is accused of helping at least six high school students cheat on their SAT’s.

Police say he would actually take the students exams for them pretending to be a student. He's even accused of taking a test for a girl. Investigators say he would get as much as $2,500 per test.

The D.A. said they were alerted to the cheating scandal because the students' sat scores were far above their GPAs

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