then they also decided that a 60% pass wasn't good enough, a canadian citizen should at least get a 75% on the exam.
so people started failing the test more, which creates more of a backlog for the system, which forces officials to change the rules/the tests/the procedures/ etc over and over again.
you can read all about it here in the toronto star but what i really love about the situation is the emphasis on cheating.
spokeswoman karen shadd told the star that the test questions were being shuffled more often to end what they "believe" to be "rampant cheating under the old system."
she goes on:
“In the past, with the old test, some people would buy the answers from unofficial sources...After paying for the answers, they would memorize them in order to pass the test. This accounted, in part, for a much higher pass rate.”
in other words the "wannabe citizens" found out the facts that they needed to know to be canadian, then they learned those facts, then they had the answers for the test.
i remember doing something similar, but i guess when you're "born" a canadian citizen you get to call that "learning" and not "cheating.