Two hundred students, approximately one-third of the class of seniors, were believed to have received advanced copies of the exam. It was the largest cheating scandal in the university's history. Quinn, who called the scandal "a knife to my heart, calculated exactly who'd cheated, and then gave the entire class a dressing down. "To say I'm disappointed is beyond comprehension," he said. "Physically ill, absolutely disgusted, disillusioned, trying to figure out what the last 20 years were all about." - Widespread Cheating Scandal Prompts Florida Professor to Issue Unusual Ultimatum - ABC News ------ What interests me is that ABC showed footage of a student saying "everybody cheats" and the student said it would be difficult to find somebody in the testing site on campus that hasn't cheated. I've never cheated on a test. I guess I never felt the need to. But is the student's view a popular one? Do most people think others cheat on tests so it make it okay for them to cheat? Should the students be denied graduation? Should they have that second chance to retake the test? what about those who didn't cheat and now have to come from a class that is known to have cheated?