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Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business Students Are Almost As Good As Harvard Students

October 18th, 2018 Leave a comment Go to comments

I was just wondering if our undergraduates at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business were smarter on average than Harvard undergrads. They’re not, as I’ll explain later, but the comparison is not a ridiculous one—we’re really quite close. Full disclosure: I’m a Yale man with a doctorate from MIT (though I’ve also spent a couple of years as a visiting scholar at Harvard and like its current administration much better than Yale’s), so Crimson misfortunes do give me a certain small pleasure.

I can’t figure out how to put HTML into this blogging software—it treats it literally as text, so I’ll just link to this post. To read more, go to:
http://www.rasmusen.org/published/2018weblog-BEPP-SAT-Scores.htm

5:29pm: I changed

For direct admits (as opposed to those who come in junior year after being at IU and getting good grades their first two years), it takes a minimum score of 1380 (93) plus other qualifications, and their average has been rising sharply and was 1437 (96) for Fall 2018.

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For direct admits (as opposed to those who are admitted in the sophomore year after being at IU and getting good grades their first year), it takes a minimum score of 1380 (93) plus other qualifications, and their average has been rising sharply and was 1437 (96) for Fall 2018.

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