An anonymous reader writes: A man and his accomplice are accused of cheating on a Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) by using a wireless pinhole camera and cellphone to send realtime images of the exam questions to a team of people supplying the "correct" answers. One problem: the "answer team" was tricked into the job by being told they were taking a test to qualify them as MCAT tutors. There were several clues the "tutor exam" was bogus, including the poor quality of the images of the questions. Suspicious, the "answer team" discovered the real MCAT test was occurring at the same time. They started feeding wrong answers to the accused cheaters and called campus security. The two accused cheaters now face several charges as a result.