Tokyo medical university cut women's exam scores to keep them out of the profession
Tokyo medical university cut women's exam scores to keep them out of the profession. A Tokyo medical school systematically altered the exam scores of female applicants for years to keep them out and boost the numbers of male doctors.
The exam score alterations were discovered in an internal investigation of a graft allegation that emerged this spring over entrance procedures for Tokyo Medical University, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper said.
From 2011, the university began cutting the