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Prosecutors are looking to recover nearly $450,000 from a Harvard University alumnus who allegedly took the SAT and ACT exams for students in a massive college admissions scandal.
Mark Riddell, 36, was reportedly paid $10,000 for each test he took for college applicants, according to NBC News Wednesday. It is unclear how many tests he took, however.
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The Palmetto, Florida, resident worked closely with William Rick Singer to “secretly take the exams in place of actual students, or to replace the students’ exam responses with his own,” according to a criminal complaint.
“I understand how my actions contributed to a loss of trust in the college admissions process,” Riddell said, NBC reported.
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Singer helped parents get their children into elite schools by cheating the college entrance exam system. He ran the charity Key Worldwide Foundation (KWF) in California, which was used to facilitate the bribes.
Riddell was the director of college exam preparation at the Florida prep school IMG Academy, according to NBC.
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