Cheating on the SAT is Easy

According to this article in the Harvard Crimson Admissions Blog, technologically talented high school students are using calculators as a means of cheating on the SAT. These students are reprogramming calculators to add mathematical functions, vocabulary words, and SAT software. In response, the College Board is removing the use of the calculator from one third of the test.

To read what David Mainiero, the Director of our College Counseling division, had to say about how this will affect students around the world, check out the above article.

About the Author


Yosepha Greenfield grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in Political Science. While at Yale, she was the Captain of the Women’s Basketball team and the starting point guard. Under her leadership, the team advanced to the NIT tournament for the first time in program history.

Throughout her academic, athletic, and professional career, Yosepha has dedicated herself to helping people become the best version of themselves. She has mentored several young female athletes, promoted the importance of fitness through children’s exercise videos and fitness startups, and now works to help as many students as possible achieve their admissions goals.

Yosepha is also a six-time National Champion in Tae Kwon Do.