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@ELopez1275 i gave you sources last time, they are plastered all over
admissions process at Ivy League universities is a subjective process, based largely on interviews supposedly to determine whether the applicant is a well-rounded person. This system came into existence as a covert means to cap the numbers of Jewish students without setting explicit quotas, he wrote; now it is used to cap the numbers of Asian-Americans.
Mind you Jews make up a smaller propoertion of population and larger at ivys than asians. they are basially crazy overrepresented at top schools
There is no doubt, none, that if he were anything but an Asian male, he'd have gotten in anywhere.
Asians had to score x points higher than their white counterparts.
These days I'd say many inner city African Americans, middle easteners, and central americans are in FAR dire need of affirmative action than Nigerians/Cubans/white American Jews.
Please see why UofC schools aren't allowed to discriminate anymore after the NYT published a report showing Asians had to score x points higher than their white counterparts. This isn't culture or projecting assertions but about statistics
@theloniusmonk I know of one Asian male who was so far ahead of his peers in a highly competitive high school (1500 is 85th percentile), won group and individual awards at the math and science competitions, as talented and accomplished a kid I've seen, who was w/l at one of HYPS (got into M). And he's not a book nerd who's only good at math and science, he played a varsity sport and has excellent writing skills. There is no doubt, none, that if he were anything but an Asian male, he'd have gotten in anywhere.