Famous universities such as Harvard, MIT, Oxford, Cambridge, etc, take
only those students who have achieved very good grades. Obviously those
students with good grades will also do good at any lesser university they
enroll in. Suppose, person A takes the cream and change into butter.
And person B takes the milk, change it to cream, and then to butter.
Obviously the person B who made the butter from milk has done more than
the other person A who just scooped up the cream and changed it to
butter. These famous universities also do the same as the person A.
Then what makes these universities so famous?
Hi,

Famous universities such as Harvard, MIT, Oxford, Cambridge, etc, take only those students who have achieved very good grades. Obviously those students with good grades would also do well at any lesser university they enroll in. Suppose, person A takes the cream and changes it into butter, and person B takes the milk, changes it to cream, and then to butter. Obviously the person B who made the butter from milk has done more than the other person A who just scooped up the cream and changed it to butter. These famous universities also do the same as the person A. Then what makes these universities so famous? They produce a lot of butter.Emotion: wink

Clive
It is also another reason that in reputed institutions the teachers are also high standard ,so it is difficult for the ordinary students to follow their instructions.One may say that why don't they teach in a way which is comprehensible to all.Actually the fact is that when the students of extraordinary merits become teacher they do not understand the problems of ordinary students and think that they are nomal standard ,so it is better for the ordinary students to go for the collages according to their meris.I have often seen that many students who get admission through the back door of highly reputed college could not get success .
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CliveHi,

Famous universities such as Harvard, MIT, Oxford, Cambridge, etc, take only those students who have achieved very good grades. Obviously those students with good grades would also do well at any lesser university they enroll in. Suppose, person A takes the cream and changes it into butter, and person B takes the milk, changes it to cream, and then to butter. Obviously the person B who made the butter from milk has done more than the other person A who just scooped up the cream and changed it to butter. These famous universities also do the same as the person A. Then what makes these universities so famous? They produce a lot of butter.Emotion: wink

Clive
Thanks for the corrections, Clive.