Campus News

GMAT scores canceled for cheating

Eighty-four people who paid a Web site to get a sneak peek at questions on the Graduate Management Admission Test, a standardized test for graduate business programs, have had their scores canceled and are ineligible to take the test again for at least three years, The Chronicle of Higher Education reported.

The Graduate Management Admission Council, which administers the test, found that the now-defunct Web site sold real questions and unauthorized study materials to help students pass the business school entrance examination. The council also notified the schools to which the 84 students applied, according the Chronicle.