So it turns out your chance of getting into med school depends on race.
Asian: 20% if you score par
White: 29% if you score par
Hispanic: 60% if you score par
Black: 80% if you score par
But no clearly affirmative action isn't a problem guys
The obvious question would be to ask how many of these different groups apply? Because it's fine to get upset over the 80% black compared to a 29% white score... but it's a non-problem if there is only 10 black applicants and 600 whites.
Those stats strictly deal with your chances of getting in based on scoring par based on race on an individual basis. And these are the top medical schools in the US
And a % figure is meaningless when you dont know the size of the pool of applicants.
Its based across the top medical schools in the US