Monday, April 26, 2010

Fewer Korean Students Admitted to Ivy League Schools

You may or may not remember the post I made a while ago about the measures Korean students go through to get admitted to schools in the U.S.  An article from the Chosun Ilbo today just goes to show that no matter what Korean students do to try and get admitted, the number of acceptance letters is dwindling.

The article states that the reason for the decrease in numbers is due to the increase in other Asian student populations that are being admitted to the Ivy Leagues, namely Indian and Chinese.  There is also a concern that the validity of Korean SAT scores may also play a part, as there was a leak of SAT test questions earlier this year.

You can read the full article here.

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