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Tokyo Medical University Accused of Lowering Exams Scores to Limit Female Students


Konnichi-what? It is being reported that Tokyo Medical University tampered with the entrance exam scores of its female candidates to ensure that the number of women applicants fall below 30 percent.  

According to the Japanese paper Yomiuri Shimbun, the prestigious university began altering scores in 2011. An unnamed source also revealed that the school allegedy had a "silent" understanding to reduce the number of female entrants over concerns women were not going to practice medicine after graduation.