Anger — but not surprise — after Japanese university admits to changing test scores to keep women out

“It’s not a rare case in Japan.” Reflecting on her Tokyo Medical University experience, Yuri says she wants her $700 application fee reimbursed, and thinks candidates who would have been successful sh…
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