The latest news on graduate schools
Northwestern officials call it a "technological glitch."
Dip in test taking is first time there's been a decrease during an economic downturn.
Being in school means money is even tighter.
We're adding at least one new ranking and updating several specialty fields.
A Rutgers professor surveyed different fields of study to find out how many students admit to cheating.
Applicants are anxious over increased competition, but admissions officers say the rules are the same.
With offers revoked, business school students face an uncertain job market.
Business school entrance exam publisher punishes test takers who used now defunct test-prep site.
Students who used the service could face punishments ranging "from a slap on the wrist to expulsion."
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