David Sims

This Gets You Into Eight Ivy League Schools: “I’m Black and I Love Music”

Getting accepted into an Ivy League university is very, very difficult even if you are at the top of your high school graduating class. But not, apparently, if you’re Black and even minimally competent.

by David Sims

Kwasi Enin

WANT A free laugh? Meet Kwasi Enin, a young male Black who, at age 17 (in 2014), wrote a one-page-plus-two-widow-lines essay wherein he says he likes music and that he knows a lot about music, and this proves how smart he is. Oh, and his SAT score is 2250. I’d thought the maximum score was 1600. I guess he earned extra credit. Anyway, there’s a school of thought that holds that it was Kwasi’s essay that got him accepted by all eight Ivy League universities.

Read the essay below. Do you still think that it was the essay that got him accepted?

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16 September, 2020 3:03 pm

In 2014, the SAT may still have had the essay portion in addition to the math and verbal sections so the max score was 2400.

At any rate, there is a site called “college confidential” for those considering college and evaluating various schools. In the forums, there is usually a section for each college where those who applied list their qualifications and background info including SAT/ACT scores, AP classes/scores, extracurricular activities, race, sex etc. and whether they were accepted. I looked at MIT and noticed that acceptance rates for a given background were significantly higher for negroes and mestizos than Whites and asians. Even female asians seemed to be at a disadvantage to the other non-Whites. Admittedly, this is anecdotal evidence. CalTech seemed to be much more merit-based and race-blind.

Mencken's Ghost
Mencken's Ghost
16 September, 2020 5:54 pm

Don’t we all love these gifted negroes who play Beethoven’s greatest pieces with ease? I just wanted to post one of them but YouTube seems to be so racist towards blacks that it deleted them all. So I can only serve a white guy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BV7RkEL6oRc&ab_channel=Rousseau

Panadechi
Panadechi
16 September, 2020 9:50 pm

Es un producto de la Manipulación Afrocultural, del parásito semítico.

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voiceofreason
voiceofreason
18 September, 2020 10:52 am

This Muslim teen wrote ‘#BlackLivesMatter’ 100 times as an answer on his Stanford application — and he got in
https://www.businessinsider.com/black-lives-matter-stanford-application-2017-4