High school students with high grades can not stand the university
Students with high average from high school do not need to explain and justify why they are going in to a given program - They just put a cross. Blue. This makes a large part of the students with high average, drop out already in the first year.
A good example is in medical school, where twice as many in quota 1, as the quota 2, drop out. Students from the second quota is often more serene with what the program requires, and that the selected training is right for them. Therefore contributions include Southern University to admit more students from quota 2 on the basis of interviews and individual assessments of the potential students. As it is now the university must apply for an exemption every time they want to record a student of anything other than grade average. This whole idea of recording by centrally determined rules Rector Jens Oddershede against. Helge Sander can see that the figures speak for themselves and he looks indeed like that more are admitted to the quota 2, as Southern University struggling. This year, recorded 250 medical studies at Southern University and half are included in quota 2 with a derogation which is usually the max. 10% of those admitted students must be from quota 2. Source: Funen Herald-Tribune