Divide Among Asian Groups in Admissions Complaint
We came across a piece up on “BuzzFeed” by David Noriega entitled “Asian-American Groups Split Over Affirmative Action Complaint” that quite intrigued us and so we figured we’d share it with the readers of our college admissions blog. The piece offers insight into the support among Asian American groups across …
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Asians and Ivy League Admissions
There’s a terrific op-ed out today in “The Daily Californian” by Jason Willick. In the op-ed entitled “The Ivy League’s Asian Problem,” Willick, a skeptic of the holistic review process in highly selective college admissions, asserts that Asians might well be the new Jewish students of years past. How so? …
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Affirmative Action and Asian Americans
There’s an article in “The New York Times” about Affirmative Action and Asian Americans. The article tells the story of the complicated picture for Asian Americans as they apply to college. Many quoted in the article support the idea of diversity at highly selective universities. But many others — and …
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Asians and Ivy League Admission
Asians and Asian Americans face discrimination in the Ivy League admissions process. But there are ways to combat this discrimination.
Asians and College Admissions
Asian Americans do compete against each other in college admissions. How do you combat this? Differentiate yourself.
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