Medical Schools Lower Their Standards

Faced with increased tuition, declining enrollment and a lack of qualified candidates, medical schools across the country have been forced to drastically lower their admissions standards in order to attract incoming students.

Spokespeople from prestigious medical schools such as Harvard, Tufts, UCLA, John Hopkins and Duke University say that the ‘more intelligent’ students are now pursuing careers in the financial, computer and insurance industries. Therefore, the universities are now accepting applicants with “less than stellar” high school and college grades.

Universities and testing agencies have ‘dumbed down’ the Medical