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Report: TAMU Looking Into “Very Large Scale” Student Cheating Claims

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Texas A&M University is looking into claims of widespread cheating on campus. The Texas Tribune reports teachers became worried after some students answered online test questions faster than expected.

Aggie Honor System Officer Director Timothy Powers says cheating has been up around 20-percent this semester compared to last fall. No students have been suspended, but some students were given failing grades for cheating.

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