Where to Apply in 2012 – Schools that feel guilty about lying

Here are two great bets for 2012, especially if you can figure out a way to pad your SAT score:

Emory, funded by the super-ethical Coca Cola company responsible for rotting teeth all over the planet, has announced that it has been lying about its enrolled students' SAT scores for the last 12 years.  Reported the scores of admitted students instead, the ones who turned them down.


One poster on College Confidential says, "I'll never buy Emory boards again."

And then there's Claremont-McKenna, which only lied for seven years.  





Where to Apply in 2012 – Schools that feel guilty about lying — 1 Comment

  1. A tale of two colleges: I started at Claremont-McKenna and am not surprised by their behavior. After all, they specialize in sending young Republicans to Republican administrations where they can lie professionally.
    I transferred wot Reed where they refuse to participate in the ridiculous U.S. News rankings. Need I say more?