Getting an "F" in Ethics

Q: What's the best way to ace the Graduate Record Examinations? a) Study hard; b) Guess blindly; c) Cheat. For some aspiring grad students in Asia, the answer apparently is "c." According to administrators of the GRE, the primary entrance exam used by U.S. graduate schools, a substantial number of the 55,000 annual applicants in China, Taiwan and Korea may have raised their verbal English scores by cribbing answers supplied by Chinese and Korean websites. Educational Testing Service, the U.S. company that runs the GRE, claims students were able to beat the system because electronic tests were offered so frequently that...

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