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Abstract The purpose of this study was to investigate the sensation seeking and its dimensions in the group of students with a history of cheating in exams and compare them with normal students. A total of 90 undergraduate students (30 students with a history of corporate cheating, 30 students with a history of individual cheating and 30 normal students) were selected by convenience sampling. Zuckerman Sensation seeking (SSS-V) scale was utilized to measure the sensation seeking and its dimensions. The results showed that the total scores of sensation seeking and also each of the four components of the sensation seeking were significant at an acceptable level in the groups studied. The results of the post hoc test showed that the four components of the sensation seeking were different in distinguish the three groups of corporate cheating, individual cheating and normal students. Accordingly it can be said that due to the risk as a common feature in the set of behaviors associated with cheating and sensation seeking, distinguish the studied groups can be explained on the basis of their scores on sensation seeking.