Exam cheats buy wrong answers

13th June 2003 at 01:00
THOUSANDS of exam cheats in Russia have been duped by websites offering the answers online for cash. The Russian education ministry admitted answers to tests in maths, chemistry, literature and other subjects, which are currently being taken by 650,000 school-leavers in 47 regions, were being sold on 22 websites. But Education Minister Vladimir Filippov insists the answers, which cost up to pound;500, are false.

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