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secret quota maintained by the Dean, and reserved for the sons and daughters of Alumni and the children of big contributors and politically important people in California.

Eight of the white students admitted as part of the regular admissions program had benchmark scores lower than Alan Bakke's; 36 whites admitted that same year had lower undergraduate scores, 15 whites with higher scores than Bakke's, and 20 whites with equal benchmark scores were refused.

Minority applicants are screened to determine if they are disadvantaged by examining their means, need to work during their undergraduate career, and their parents' economic and educational background. Minority applicants with no general history of disadvantage - for example, the child of a black Physician - are placed in the regular admissions program. The special admissions program resulted in the admission of six Blacks, eight Chicanos, and two Asians.

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