How is it possible that less than 50% of the kids from the low income group who score HIGH in the SAT, end up enrolling in college. Why? Because of the unjust system which limits their possibility of financing their education. In the book ,“Excellent Sheep”, the author William Deresiewicz explains to us that although we cant stop universities from their outrageous pay roll, it is imperative that we change the way in which universities accept their students. If you were born and handed all the tools necessary to study and get into a prestigious college, and you worked hard then you will get admitted. But what if you aren’t? And you didn't have those extra study sessions for the SAT? Why should a piece of paper have to represent, what you know, and who you are as a learner? I believe and agree with the author, that if we are granted the opportunity of having all these tools to help us with our education then we should learn to give back to our country, to make it better and use the power of that knowledge for good. Instead of thinking of ourselves as the best, we must work rigour sly to be the best. And if someone isn't given that possibility the rules should be fair so that their lack of experience isn't an issue in the admissions pool.