The following breaking news reports may serve as a cautionary tale:

Originally Posted By: TMZ article about college placement consultant, William Rick Singer
The alleged scam was reportedly unearthed after authorities found a California businessman who ran an operation helping students get into the college of their choice. Authorities say parents would pay the man a predetermined amount which he would funnel to an SAT or ACT administrator or a college athletic coach.

The feds say if the money went to a college coach ... the coach would arrange a fake profile that listed the student as an athlete. If the money went to an exam administrator, the administrator would either hire a proctor to take the SAT/ACT or correct the student's answers.

FoxNews -
Originally Posted By: FoxNews report on college entrance exam cheating
daughter reportedly had twice the normal amount of time to take the SAT, and her proctor was paid to correct her answers after she completed the test.
many parents involved [in] the scheme obtained letters from their children's therapists explaining that they needed more time for the standardized tests as a way for their children to take the exams privately with paid proctors who would correct the students' errors.

USA Today -
Originally Posted By: USA article on admissions counselor
Prosecutors say Singer operated a college counseling organization called "The Key," which he used to accept more than $25 million in payments from parents from 2011 through Feb. 2019. He's accused of funneling money to coaches and others to guarantee admission to elite schools such as Yale, Georgetown, Stanford, the University of Southern California, UCLA, the University of Texas and Wake Forest University.
The California-based college counseling organization which was mentioned: "The Key" (archived), on the WayBackMachine, Internet archive.

Additional details may be forthcoming over time.

Disclaimer: All parties are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

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