so what you're saying that in 2000 more than 1 out of every 2 URM applicant with above a 3.00 and above a 148 would get into michigan, and every single one with a 3.00 and a 158 got in.source it, list the number of samples, and give a proper cite, or shut up.51% of trolls post meaningless statistics without citing them or realizing that it should go on the affirmative action board.(ps, for a 51% rate, you're looking at at least 100 applicants. you know that, right? so you're saying michigan had 100 URM applicants meeting the statistical criteria of being a 3.00-3.24 and and accepted 51 of them. which, hypothetically speaking and according to your data, doesn't mean that they had to accept a single one below a 156. which means you could have just tossed in that extra lemma to outrage people. whee trolls.)
These numbers prove that minorities are unqualified for law school and therefore incapable of succeeding. When minorities are let in with these numbers, it comes at the expense of better-qualified white applicants.
Quote from: kruddler on January 24, 2006, 11:41:57 AMThese numbers prove that minorities are unqualified for law school and therefore incapable of succeeding. When minorities are let in with these numbers, it comes at the expense of better-qualified white applicants.These numbers show how our educational system has failed minorities. We must take that into account. We have an educational system that is unequal and that provides a different quality that is differentiated along lines of socioeconomic status and race. By allowing minorities with lower numbers in, it acknowledges this disadvantage along with the unique perspective minorities bring to the table.
The reason why minorities don't achieve at the same level of whites is because they don't choose to bring themselves out of poverty and they don't encourage success among themselves. We shouldn't reward laziness and ineptitude with preferential treatment in law school admissions.
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