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Prosecutor: Cheating on the SAT is too easy

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The prosecutor who accused a college student of raking in thousands of dollars by taking the SAT for his friends said Thursday that improved test-taking security is needed immediately.

“If we don’t send the message to these kids now, they’re going to be the future corrupt politicians, the corrupt CEOs, the corrupt accountants,” Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice told the Associated Press.

Sam Eshaghoff, 19, faces up to four years in prison in the SAT cheating scheme. Six teens who allegedly paid him up to $2,500, were also arrested. 

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