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The official GRE scores as listed by ETS are the first link in a Google search - https://www.ets.org/s/gre/pdf/gre_guide_table4.pdf -- and they are completely different than the very old blog post. For ties, I ordered by the additional sections.
The point is, not everyone WANTS to be a STEM major -- including many who would be quite capable if they chose.
To me, the inability of people to see value outside of the STEM world simply represents an overall narrowness of perspective, which I also see essentially the opposite of intellectualism or intellectual achievement. There certainly is an odd level of cognitive dissonance when someone starts a long debate because they can't fathom why a law school would prefer an A student /English major from NYU over a B student from MIT.
The best scientists have the intellectual capacity to be the best lawyers if they so choose while the converse isn't true
@theloniusmonk If you think gender diversity is bad in high tech, racial diversity is even worse. There may be 3-4% urm in tech, and of that, probably 1-2% in actual product groups (pdt mgmt, engr, dev, etc) that can influence what products are built, how products are designed.
The official GRE scores as listed by ETS
the research that proves that engineers make bad jurors?