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Unless one has access to the actual admissions records, I suspect one will never be able to meet your criteria for evidence.
recruited athletes only made of 5.6 percent of the incoming class
Admissions committees generally get things right at top schools, as seen by the high retention and graduation rates.
Then again, that's self reported data...primarily female, less than half the class and, well, self reported.
@zinhead Instead of poo-pooing all of the data provided, why don't you show us self-reported stats where URM's do not have average test scores lower than the overall average for the school?
You don't show the recruited athlete scores broken out for Brown or Chicago, the two schools you've used to show lower URM scores here. So we don't know whose the low scores belong to, as I said.