School of Management at the Flint campus of the University of Michigan.
This is from his site: Carpe Diem
Data are now available from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) on acceptance rates at medical schools for all students (data here) and acceptance rates for minority students (Hispanic, Black or Native American, data here), by MCAT and GPA, for the years 2007-2009 aggregated. From those data, I was able to create the table above for the acceptance rates for non-minorities (I'm assuming white and Asian), and compare to the acceptance rates for minorities, for those applicants with an MCAT score of 24-26 and a GPA between 3.00 and 3.19. In the past, the AAMC used to list whites, Asians, blacks, Hispanics and Native Americans separately, but it now only provides data for two categories: all applicants and minorities, so I had to do the calculation myself to determine the non-minority acceptance rate.
Perhaps the AAMC wishes to make the comparisons of acceptance rates by ethic groups harder, because the results above are pretty dramatic, and maybe this is what it is trying to hide? This is just one example of many: for those applicants to medical school with an MCAT of 24-26 and GPA of 3.00-3.19, fewer than one out of 20 non-minorities will be accepted, while almost one out of two minorities will be admitted. In other words, some minority applicants have almost a ten time greater chance of being accepted to medical school than their non-minority counterparts with the exact same credentials. (Source)
So, basically what the AAMC is saying is if you are White or Asian and you can't score any higher than 26 on your MCAT or maintain a GPA above 3.19 then you are not intelligent enough to gain entry. However, if you are Black or Native American and you score between 24-26 -- well, what more can we expect from you as you are clearly