Report: 5 more students asked to surrender in SAT cheating scandal

GREAT NECK - Officials say more arrests could be coming soon in the SAT cheating scandal.

As News 12 Long Island has reported, six Great North High School students were arrested in September for allegedly paying former student, Sam Eshagoff, to take the exam for them.

According to Newsday, five more students are under investigation and have been asked to surrender to police next week.

Last week, the Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice said at least 31 other students may have hired as many as six people to take either their ACT or SAT tests.

Nassau County SAT cheating probe expanded to ACTLawmakers: Changes needed to stop cheating on SATsProbe into SAT cheating ring expands; more arrests expectedSource: SAT cheating scandal could involve more kids, schools7 Great Neck students caught in alleged SAT cheating ring

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