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The kind of decisions made by the colleges determined those whose applications got accepted and those whose applications got rejected (Steinberg 5). A group of people present in the room determines the fate of one’s application at the time of selection. The decision normally bases on the test scores, race, social class, family connections and the ability to do well in some co-curriculum activities (Steinberg 7). Steinberg observed Wesleyan University rejected and disappointed many applicants. The university admission committee reduced the number of applicants to the lowest value possible using questionable criteria. Steinberg observed the same problem in other great universities like Harvard, Yale, Stanford and other elite colleges in the country.
The admission to colleges and high school in America is to some extent based on the family relations with the admission officers. The statement is evident in the Gatekeepers book as Steinberg tells us his story when he wanted to join college. The relationship between his mother and one of the admission officers made the college have an interest in him. Various people get their applications accepted after engaging the admission committees in some private and behind the door talks. Steinberg affirms the above statement when questions the essence of the tests administered for admission. Today most colleges do not consider how much someone has qualified in terms of academic scores and the junior of primary school attended. The Gatekeepers’ author tells the story of his friend who missed a chance to acquire admitted to Dartmouth College despite having qualified more than he had. That same year I got accepted at Dartmouth, a friend from my hometown had his application rejected (Steinberg 15).
Most colleges and high schools in the nation base their admission process on different, unexpected factors. The factors admission committees consider to accept an application include, primary
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