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4 Chinese Students Arrested for Admissions Cheating Scam

Source: Fox News, May 4, 2017 Article: "4 students accused of college admissions entry scam" About 4 Accused Chinese Students NameYue WangShikun ZhangLeyi HuangXiaomeng ChengAge25242121Studied atHult International Business SchoolNortheastern Univ.Pennsylvania State Univ.Arizona State Univ.Arrested inMassachusetts Massachusetts New JerseyArizona/* Here you can add custom CSS for the current table */ /* Lean more about CSS: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascading_Style_Sheets [...]
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ACT test leaked (updated 9/2/2016)

Thousands of test takers were turned away after ACT confirmed “credible evidence” of a leak in Korea and Hong Kong. The ACT test was called off at 56 test locations in South Korea and Hong Kong.  About 5,500 test takers were affected by this decision. “We are extremely concerned about any activities that could impact […]

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The American higher education system has the distinction of being ranked number one in the world by U21 since 2012. But if U.S. schools expect to maintain this prestigious ranking, they will have to start cleaning house. Recruiting at all costs, like cheating, is unacceptable. The question is how many U.S. schools are as genuinely committed to detecting fraud (E.g. fake transcripts) as they are to receiving tuition payments? Let's not forget that the United States is just one part of the international education community. There are plenty of other territories including Australia and the UK that are working hard to overtake our coveted position. (Author: Tanya Gray, co-founder of Access Education, LLC. Editor: T. Gray)

To Cheat or Not to Cheat – The Chinese Question

This article was first published in Feb. 2015 on Linkin.com and https://accesseducationchina.com/ after hundreds of Chinese students were expelled by the U.S. due to their academic dishonesty and cheating in SAT test in Asia. "Think You Can Cheat on the SAT? The College Board Says Think Again." This article was published after many students were suspected of [...]
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U.S. Schools Should be Serious about Academic Cheating

An article recently published in The Atlantic entitled "American Universities Are Addicted to Chinese Students" reports that an estimated 8,000 students from China were expelled from U.S. colleges in the 2013-14 academic year. Academic Cheating Hurts a School's Integrity That's bad news for the affected U.S. municipalities. Assuming each Chinese student spends only $30,000 per [...]
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Top Schools May Reject You Because of This

While we are gathering info on U.S. colleges for international students, we found some disturbing facts and would like to share our findings with you. A Top School Would Not Compromise Its Integrity Many top-ranked schools have so-called “Message Regarding Agents and Consultants” in their description of admission policies for international applicants.    Let’s take […]

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