A billionaire pharmaceutical executive in China reportedly paid $6.5 million to a California man to get his daughter into Stanford University. The Los Angeles Times broke the story. Stanford acknowledged receiving $770,000 from William "Rick" Singer (pictured) on behalf of three students. Two of the students didn't enroll at Stanford. A third student was admitted to the school as a recruit on Stanford's sailing team, despite not having experience as a crew member.

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Kwasi Enin

17-year-old Kwasi Enin of Long Island, NY has been accepted to all 8 prestigious Ivy League colleges -- Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania and Yale.

Most over-achieving students apply to Ivy league schools in the hopes that they will be accepted by at least one. Only to have their dreams crushed when their applications are denied because they are too smart.

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