Admissions Discrimination Against Asians at Harvard and Princeton?

Of course there is and always has been. At this point, everyone knows being Asian is how you can’t get into colleges. Ivy leagues? Same problem. It’s hard to get in period. Yet, Asian Americans seem to test the highest according to some stats and still face rejection. 16% of the Harvard undergrad students are Asian American, which is a far cry from the numbers at UCLA etc, which suggests there’s discrimination. If it were a true level playing field, would Harvard and the many other universities be just like UCI’s 60% Asian American student population? Is that the best way to have school populations? Read more. (Washington Post – Discrimination)

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