You cheat, you pay the price.  It's been discovered that more students are involved in a New York SAT cheating scandal and are learning that lesson the hard way.

FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from New York:

Back in September, six students from a Long Island High School were arrested for alleged cheating on SAT's.  A 19-year-old test taker, also charged.  But the scandal is growing to involve four more test takers and nine more students from other Long Island High Schools.

"It's a shame because you know kids are getting like a bad name now.  I think the kids should be expelled from school."

Test takers are accused of using the student's ID's to take SAT tests for money.  Students involved face misdemeanors, test takers face felonies.  All are expected to turn themselves in to prosecutors today.

Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.