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RIT-led study says GRE in physics is biased (access required)

Graduate schools’ reliance on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) in physics as a gateway exam might be helping to shut women and minorities out of doctoral programs, according to a statistical analysis led by scientists at Rochester Institute of Technology. And the test isn't a good predictor of success anyway.  The study was reported in the ...
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