Are you an aspiring high school nerd who dreams of attending the world’s most exclusive STEM university? Then consider adjusting your gender identity if you want to boost your odds of getting in.
The most recently available public data show that nerds identifying as female have double the chance of acceptance at MIT compared to nerds identifying as male (11.5% vs. 5.2%). Thanks to DEI‘s powerful Svengali Exclusion Principle, MIT’s admissions department magically achieves the socially just outcome of equal male and female matriculation year after year despite the plain English words of MIT’s non-discrimination policy.
MIT is unafraid of getting hauled before the Supreme Court, like Harvard did when it got caught discriminating against Asians, because gender equity is kryptonite. And should you choose to don a wig and change your name to Shirley, you don’t have to forgo rushing a fraternity once you arrive on campus because those savvy bro’s are two steps ahead of you.