"It's always reassuring to find you've made the right enemies." -- William J. Donovan
From what I know of the application process, its approximately a look at the numbers, then the essays/EC's/Leadership and then a look at the personal information. Now, that's the universities I applied to, but I applied to a wide-range, and for pretty much all of them, if you didn't have the test scores/grades, then didn't have the wow factor in the essays/EC's and then still didn't have anything in their application, it was a resounding no.
This girl hit the numbers, and then was likely filtered into the lower subsequent section. I wouldn't doubt that the UT system is even more brutal about that, like the UC system, because of the 10% rule. California has a similar thing, where they guarantee the top of each CA graduating class a place in at least one UC. If you're not in that percentile, or are out of state, the competition is cutthroat.
Veni. Vidi. Vici.
-Gaius Julius Caesar
The Only Thing to Fear is Fear Itself.
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Who? She failed to show proof of said discrimination.Yet some who had lower scores and averages than her were admitted based on their race, not their achievements. And you find fault in her feeling discriminated against?
Lol, UT has a history of pro-white admittance. She's more likely to get in because she is white.Typical hypocritical liberal. You would have blown a gasket had she been black or Hispanic and denied admission with white students being accepted with lower scores.
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK