"You’d like to think that since these institutions are getting the best students, the students who go…"

Sunday, November 6th, 2011 at 9:57 pm

““You’d like to think that since these institutions are getting the best students, the students who go there would have the best chances to succeed,” he says. “But if you take two students who have the same high school grade-point average and SAT scores, and you put one in a highly selective school like Berkeley and the other in a school with lower average scores like Cal State, that Berkeley student is at least 13 percent less likely than the one at Cal State to finish a STEM degree.””

Why Science Majors Change Their Minds

(It’s Just So Darn Hard)
(via Findings.com)