Originally Posted by spaghetti
"My suggestions above, (1) auditing some applications, (2) requiring more tests than just the SAT or ACT, and (3) getting sports information from high schools, would have deterred some of the recently reported fraud. Economics professor Tyler Cowen has a good column about it at Bloomberg. Parents don't pay bribes to get their children into Caltech."

How would you audit applications? Choose your class and the audit from those chosen?
Yes, and the accepted students with serious fraud have their admissions revoked.

More tests? No thanks! Unless the school wants to offer a test that the students can take at a testing center. But it might reduce applications if students need to jump through more hoops.
SAT subject tests are offered at the same places the SAT is offered.