Japanese medical school admits rigging entrance exams in favor of men because ‘women mentally mature faster’
|12/16/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Japan’s Juntendo University admitted to setting lower pass marks for men in their entrance exams.
- Officials said it was because female applicants tended to perform better in the interview part of the assessment since “women mature faster mentally than men.”
- They also claimed it was because they didn’t have enough space in their female dormitories.
- Japan already has the lowest proportion of female-to-male doctors among OECD countries.
A Japanese medical school admitted rigging its entrance requirements in favor of men because “women mentally mature faster.”
The private Juntendo University in Tokyo told a Monday press conference that it set lower pass marks for men in read more >>>