SATs Clamp Down on Cheating

After dozens of teens in Long Island were netted in a cheating scandal that prosecutors say could have its tentacles in some of the nation’s most hoity-toity high schools, test takers will now be required to upload or mail in a photograph of themselves that will then be checked against the identification they provide on test day. No longer will students be able to subcontract their test scores out to someone with a better grasp of Euclid, and the changes will go into effect nationwide in the fall. Remember, kids, if you don’t have a clue, guess “C.”