Job exam piracy rising

Thursday, 27 December 2007, 1:31 AM EST

For $30, anyone can buy answer keys for tests required to become a computer technician. A retired medical professor in Georgia allegedly sold answers to pharmaceutical license exams for $100. A website in Ohio offers a "VIP Pass" to answers for a business school admissions test for $30.

Pirated answers to hundreds of professional qualifying exams, in fields ranging from school-bus driving to medical technicians, are openly available, sometimes for as little as $4 each, from a thriving network of cheating websites, The Boston Globe has found.

At Boston.com

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