This past Sunday evening, 60 Minutes aired an interview with Sam Eshaghoff, pictured above, the student that took SAT tests for others for money.
As Alison Stewart reports, other students paid Eshaghoff up to $2,500 each to take their tests using easily manufactured fake IDs. His scam came crashing down in fall 2011, when he was arrested for criminal impersonation and fraud. Eshaghoff has since accepted a plea deal, but the case still raises major questions about the integrity of the test itself.
If you missed the live airing, visit this link to watch the segment or read the transcript. The Perfect Score.the original article from cbs news, written by staff