Texas Christian University is the nation’s only university to voluntarily have its admissions data — the number of applicants and their SAT scores, class rank, grade-point averages and other measures — audited for accuracy, according to the dean of admissions. Other universities, such as the law school at the University of Illinois, George Washington University, Villanova University School of Law, Emory University and Claremont McKenna College, among many others, could learn a thing or two from TCU.

These institutions of higher learning have been caught falsifying a lot of data. They could be fined, just like when the law school at the University of Illinois was penalized with a $250,000 fine by the American Bar Association (ABA). Villanova's law school, on the other hand, was put on probation for two years.

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