Newsweek reported in November that a cheating ring involving $6,000 pencils with coded answers to the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) was uncovered.
Clients taking the GMAT would purchase the special pencils which would be produced shortly after someone on the East Coast took the test. The three-hour time difference allowed the East Coast cheater to call the West Coast scam leader with the answers and essay questions.
Educational Testing Services is now preparing to find out which of its high-scoring test-takers were aided by a fancy pencil.
Ok, going to sleep now. Brit - Chick just chewed me out to hit the sack. I agree.