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The Educational Testing Service admitted Tuesday that attempts at cheating on the SAT are not as uncommon as it had previously claimed. Last month, seven people were charged in a scheme that involved a former student who took the test on behalf of six others. ETS said at the time that cheating is rare, but it acknowledged Tuesday that it is aware of hundreds of instances in which impersonators attempted to take the test on behalf of someone else.
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