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When I heard about college admissions I used to think that they are genuinely done with no discrimination I believed that no applicants were rejected after having the right qualifications Many people apply for admission in different colleges with high expectation of being admitted as per their merit Many applicants are women because it is a fact that women are more than men I did not know that men applicants would be favored against women until I read this article To All The Girls Ive Rejected by Jennifer Delahunty Britz that is when I realized that young women get rejected after applying for colleges and universities to do courses of their interest from the article I would wish to confirm that girls admission has been a major problem and something needs to be doneAccording to lecture in the class it is a true fact that there are more women in the universities even the campus of UC DAVIS has shown 55 of women students proportion compared to 45 of men students from data found article of Gender Gap More female students than males attending Universities by Kathleen Holder in 2009 However the data found in 2011 from UC Davis website provides the same proportion of 55 of women and 45 men students How that could be same Were there same amount of students with same amount of gender applied Even though the author Kathleen Holder had indicated that the rate of grades receiving for women are higher than man I do not want to judge and state that women are smarter as data shown Nevertheless I have a tendency to seek for women to hire as server than men server for my parents restaurant due to bad experiences of men servers memory and clumsiness in a work field It is contradictions that I dont want to speak out women are better but women are more favoredI strongly believe this situation is created by our
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