Tokyo Medical School Apologizes For Test Scoring Practices To Keep Women Out

Officials confirmed reports of the systematic exclusion of female candidates from the prestigious university are true. "We betrayed the public trust," the school's managing director told reporters.

Five days after multiple news outlets reported that Tokyo Medical University officials systematically cheated women out of rightfully earned spots at the prestigious college by lowering their admission-test scores, officials have confirmed the practice and apologized for the discrimination.

The conclusions of an internal investigation report released on Tuesday, according to The Associated Press, revealed that admissions programs were altered to

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