You're changing the goalposts of your argument now. You making the implication that all the Asian students have the same extracurriculars and these Ivy Leagues value different ones. And basically implying Asians aren't getting in, not because of discrimination - but because the schools weigh various extracurriculars differently. Well my point is - a lot of these Asian students have a varying range of extracurriculars - not just the stereotypical classical instrument - yet STILL have to score higher than the other racial groups with ALL ELSE BEING EQUAL. That is discrimination based on race. Because that is the only other factor that is considered. I scored a 1340 and I don't consider myself an "elite brain." There is a big difference from someone who scores 1550 to 1300. I personally know people from my HS who scored 1500 and above. They worked much harder than me.