19 year-old Samuel Eashaghoff of Great Neck, NY has been arrested along with six high school students, for what is being called an SAT scandal. According to reports the six students paid Eashaghoff between $1,500 and $2,500, a piece to take the SAT exams for them. The group was caught after rumors began to spread, that their was someone willing to take SAT exams. The schools began to investigate then forwarded the case to the District Attorney, who examined the case further and took a look at students who did not take exams at high schools. According to reports, Eashaghoff made phony I.D’s to take the exams on behalf of the student. Eashaghoff was able to score in the 97th percentile. When authorities compared the actual GPA of the students, to their SAT scores, they discovered huge disparities with respect to the students GPA’s and SAT scores. Eshaghoff is facing felony charges and could spend up to 4 years in prison, if convicted. While, the six high school students will be charged as minors. Their charges and names are being withheld, due to them being minors. Many people are arguing that the school shouldn’t have turned the case over to the authorities, instead they feel the schools, should have handled it themselves. However, the schools take on it is, they were all guilty of cheating and should be punished accordingly.