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Affirmative action is wrong Affirmative action was set up to improve the educational opportunities of members of minority groups and women It is not fair to choose students of certain nationalities over others because the school is not diverse enough Every student has a fair chance to get into college and it just so happens that certain nationalities are admitted into colleges more than others because they perform better during their stint in high school Admittance into colleges should not be based on nationality but on academic statistics and performance and extracurricular activity To improve the chances of educational opportunities for minorities are to decrease the chances of hard working scholars It would render their work useless All that time staying up studying doing well on the tests etc But they arent at the top of their school but damn close The colleges they apply for will drop them first in order to make opportunities more equal Gosh I am so bias A myriad of exceptional performances appears chronically in students high school years and yet they get the benefits accounted by their ethnicity And the fact that many colleges are reluctant to disclose their criteria hides from the public what they see fit to enroll at their campus What else do they look at besides standardized test scores Instead of affirmative action why not drop standardized tests Standardized tests do hurt minorities whom are ESL English as a second language students They might be able to perform well on the math section of the SATs but the verbal section will surely bring their score down or limit them to how high they can get So standardized tests are part of the problem that might limit admittance of minorities It seems that Ive wandered off the topic of why affirmative action is wrong dont you think The situation may seem negligible but there is a big difference between fairness and generosity Accepting people because they
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