Prospective and current graduate business students who used a web site to cheat on entrance examinations over the last five years could have their scores thrown out.


The exam's publisher, the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), is tracking down users of Scoretop.com after winning a lawsuit to shut down the site and seize a computer hard drive containing payment information and user identifications.


Scoretop sold VIP access for $30 a month, giving users previews to current questions on the latest Graduate Management Admission Test. Some of the questions were posted by users after taking the exam.


U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema also

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