The Educational Testing Service is investigating a possible security violation in South Korea involving the January administration of the SAT. The College Board, for which ETS administers the SAT, issued a statement saying that security violations are "very rare" and that "the vast majority of Korean students take these tests honestly and fairly." The Associated Press reported from South Korea that local broadcasts indicated that a student in South Korea took the exam and then e-mailed information about questions to another South Korean student, the latter one in the United States, providing questions several hours before the test was given in the United States.
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