Ontario university student accused of paying someone to take her exam

A student at the University of Waterloo is facing criminal charges over allegations that she paid a male student to write a math exam on her behalf.

Kaiwen Qian, 20, is accused of paying York University student Longhua Wang, 21, more than $900 to write an exam for her on Monday.

School officials say Wang had a fraudulent student identification card that contained his picture and Qian’s name.

Wang was arrested Monday at the exam, while campus police arrested Qian on Tuesday. She spent the night in jail and was released on $3,000 bail on Wednesday.

Read more: ctvnews.ca


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