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Scholaredge and Integrity

March 12, 2019

You may have read today about an elaborate "pay to play" college admissions scam, where - allegedly - some very high net worth celebrities and business people paid individuals to bribe coaches to increase their kids' chances of college admission. Even worse, there are allegations of cheating on the SAT and ACT promoted by individuals who allegedly used expert test-takers to pose as students.

Rest assured that ScholarEdge has never and will never pay anyone in the college admissions process to give one of our students an advantage. The simple truth is that we don't need to - our students do just fine in the college application process and generally thrive at the colleges or universities they attend.

Jason Lum is a professional member of IECA and a member of NACAC. Both organizations have firm rules of ethics that prohibit independent college advisors from engaging in this type of unethical and allegedly criminal behavior.

Just FYI, some useful links to give you peace of mind that when you work with Scholaredge, you work with America's top college application professionals who adhere to the highest standards of ethics:

• Why Choose a Member of the IECA? https://link.iecaonline.com/Choose-IECA 

• 10 Important Ways IECA Members Are Unlike Other IECs: https://link.iecaonline.com/IECA-Members 

• Principles of Good Practice: https://link.iecaonline.com/POGP 


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