If you are going to cheat on your company's computerized test, you probably shouldn't do it using Google on the same computer issued by your employer. Huge rookie move by twenty of Goldman Sachs' incoming analysts. Although opinions differ on the harshness of the penalty, most agree that this well publicized cheating scheme was lacking in creativity.
"A lot of training is not finance-related and more on how to follow the SEC rules and on the culture of integrity," the person said, adding, "[I] would have been kicked out if I cheated in college, so what about a regulated working environment where I play with money?" Another person who had been through the program pointed out that everyone wanted to do well because of the competitive environment of the firm, but that didn't mean cheating should be tolerated.