Bias Against Conservative and/or Religious

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Re: Bias Against Conservative and/or Religious

Postby cavalier1138 » Wed Jul 20, 2016 8:45 am

HonestAdvice wrote:
mukol wrote:
HonestAdvice wrote:I was told by a dean that aside from numbers, one of their main duties is to filter out the assholes and jackasses. Conservatives and religious people are no more likely to be assholes or jackasses than anyone else, but and if you're able to turn a form application and 500 word writing samples into spreading your political agenda, you're likelier to be an asshole or jackass than the person discussing her cat.

No but really, as long as you have numbers and don't write an offensive PS it doesn't really matter.

The general rule seems to be that religious people are assholes for assuming their way is correct, but non-religious people are great for assuming their way is correct.

So this would be an example of a bad personal statement topic.

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