It was nervous time for thousands of American high school seniors when they sat down to take the SAT on March 5th. Their scores will impact where they go to college. But it looks like many of their foreign counterparts may have a serious, and seriously unfair, leg up on the test. A Reuters investigation says that many foreign students, particularly in Asia, have had access to significant parts of the tests. Documents reveal that not only has the non-profit administering the tests known about the problems for some time, they’ve reused tests they knew were compromised.