Visa Tests Manipulated in Return for Money

by Savitha C Muppala on  March 21, 2011 at 11:59 PM General Health News
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An Indian national allegedly paid $11,000 so that he has a better English test score. This was revealed during The Corruption and Crime Commission hearing in Western Australia.
 
A Curtin university staff member allegedly received thousands of dollars to manipulate English language test scores and improve them for visa applications. 
 Visa Tests Manipulated in Return for Money
Visa Tests Manipulated in Return for Money

A CCC senior counsel Peter Quinlan explained during the hearing that the Commission has proof to suggest a Curtin staff member had accepted thousands of dollars and manipulated dozens of test scores.

The hearing has pointed to proof of one Indian national who allegedly paid $11,000 to improve his score.



Source: Medindia

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