Female med school candidates outshine men after Japanese rigging abolished

Meanwhile, 13 women have filed a suit against the accused university
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Female candidates have outshone their male peers in medical school entrance exams for a Toyko university now that “unfair” admission practices have been abolished.

Juntendo University in Tokyo was one of several medical schools caught out in 2018 over rigging admission procedures that manipulated exam criteria to favour male candidates.