Why Harvard should avoid a Tinder approach to admissions
OiYan Poon says universities select students based on a range of criteria that takes into account their intended major, career interests and personal contexts, rather than just their test scores Impulsively swiping left or right on a dating app is just as limited in information and depth as only using test scores and high school grade point averages when selecting new students from a massive pool of super-talented applicants for admission at an elite university.
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