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by Mike Caswell
David Sidoo, the chief executive officer of Advantage Lithium Corp., has been arrested in California for fraud related to the college admission process. Prosecutors claim that he paid $200,000 as part of a conspiracy to cheat on admission exams for his sons. (All figures are in U.S. dollars.) Mr. Sidoo is one of 50 individuals indicted for the scheme, with many of the others being celebrities or executives living in California.
The charges against Mr. Sidoo, 59, have to do with efforts to cheat on standardized tests that are used as part of the college admissions process in the U.S., the ACT and SAT. Most students seeking admission to a U.S. university or college must complete the tests. Better scores will, of course, improve a student's chances at admission.
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