As a student at St. Louis University, Demir Oral met students acing exams partly because they had access to a bank of previous tests from the same professor. Fraternities and sororities had compiled exams from prior years and made them available to students, providing an invaluable study tool during pressure-packed final exams.

So last November, Oral launched, starting a free online service that he hoped would democratize the sharing of college exams. And as the site has attracted attention from students nationwide, educators have become wary of the potential for academic dishonesty.

Experts say sites like could change the way


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