Source: SAT cheating scandal could involve more kids, schools

? Officials say the SAT cheating scandal could soon involve more kids and more schools. Samuel Eshaghoff, 19, of Great Neck, is already accused of

GREAT NECK - ? Officials say the SAT cheating scandal could soon involve more kids and more schools. Samuel Eshaghoff, 19, of Great Neck, is already accused of taking the SATs for six Great Neck North students. Investigators now say they may be looking for a second person who took tests for cash, according to Newsday. Prosecutors are also looking into tips that two more Nassau County schools may be involved in the cheating scandal. The next SAT is this Saturday.

7 Great Neck students caught in alleged SAT cheating ring

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