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Women beat Men at Japanese University for the first time in 7 years in medical exams

Women have surpassed men in medical exams at a Japanese university for the first time in 7 years after the medical school admitted to previously rigging entrance exams to limit female entrants. Out of 1679 women who appeared for medical exams this year, 8.28 % passed as compared to males who passed with 7.72 %. They rigged the exam system to give first-time male test-takers an advantage over women.