The Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®) announced today:
"...the completion of its investigation of GMAT® test takers who paid to receive active test questions on the Web site Scoretop.com, in violation of GMAC testing policies and procedures.
As a result of the investigation, GMAC has canceled the scores of a total of 84 test-takers. Twelve posted live GMAT questions on the Scoretop Web site and will not be eligible to take the test again for a minimum of three years. The remaining 72 wrote messages on Scoretop confirming that they saw items from the site on their GMAT exam. The scores of these individuals were also canceled; however, they are now allowed to re-test. Schools to which test scores of the students have been sent have also received notification of this action.
In a Scoretop FAQ, GMAC further revealed:
"We have completed and suspended our initial investigation and are not actively expanding its scope. However, our security efforts to protect the integrity of the GMAT exam are ongoing. If we receive any additional information about a test taker’s activities on Scoretop, we reserve the right to investigate such information and take appropriate action based on the results of such investigations."