Northwestern’s business school is being rocked by cheating allegations

By Abby Jackson Students at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management have claimed that six peers blatantly cheated on a final and that the administration is trying to cover it up, according to a detailed article by Ethan Baron of Poets and Quants, which covers business schools. Six male students in the MS in Management Studies program engaged in blatant cheating while taking their accounting and statistics finals, Baron reported, citing three students who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The anonymous sources claimed that the students were passing notes, drawing charts in the air, and sharing answers on their exams when proctors left the room. Read the full article here:

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