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What is the advantage of applying through the early decision college application process?
At most selective schools, there is a substantial advantage in the chance of being admitted if you are an early decision applicant. According to these numbers, Brown recently admitted 18.5% of early applicants and 7.6% of regular applicants. Cornell’s numbers were 28% and 12.5% and Dartmouth’s were 28% and 9.9%. Those raw numbers are likely a bit misleading because at these schools the early applicant pool is probably stronger in terms of academic preparation and test scores. But even if you control for high-school grades, test scores, etc. there is a pretty big admissions advantage. (This paper that I wrote with Chris Avery at Harvard has some old numbers.) There are a couple of reasons why schools favor early applicants. It helps admissions offices manage the size and composition of their classes. When you admit a student early, you know the student will be on campus next September (and for the few schools that run Early Action without a student commitment, you can be pretty certain too because the yield rate on early admits is very high). In regular admissions, you don’t know for sure and that makes class size and composition more random. At some schools, it's not easy to deal with an extra-large class, which means using a waitlist and that has drawbacks and prolongs the admissions process.Another reason schools like early applicants is that they tend to be really enthusiastic about the school ‡ after all, they applied early! It makes sense that schools would want to admit students who are really excited about the school. There are two main drawbacks of early admissions. It forces high school students to make decisions early in their senior year before they know all their options, and creates an incentive to be strategic because it’s costly to “waste” your early application on a school where you’re unlikely to get accepted. It also works to the advantage of more privileged students who are better informed about the admissions process and who don’t have to worry as much about financial aid offers. These are drawbacks of the system as a whole, however, and don’t negate the incentive for any individual student to apply early.
What is wrong with the Indian education system?
I'm doing my 10th grade boards this year.  Every day I feel so useless "studying".  I know this pointless trash we "learn" is NEVER gonna help me.  By now you probably think I'm an ungrateful ignorant time-waster.  But trust me, I have my reasons.1. 95% of the textbooks are outdated. This is the least of the problems.  I mean, our Geography textbook was printed in 2001.  Who the F wastes their time like, memorizing the literacy rate of Bihar in 2021. (A state which I have absolutely no connection with, by the way) It's 2021. people. Our computer book is still stuck 8 0r 9 years back, when Windows 7 first came out.  And the most important one-Economics? Guess what.  Still 2001!CBSE (the "central board of secondary so-called education") needs to get off their lazy asses and UPDATE our books.  How can they expect their country to progress while innocent students cram their brains with outdated facts that are 105% useless?2. Language problem!! These days, parents want "modern, sophisticated, Western" education for their kids.  In other words, an English medium school.  But it's a waste of time.  Teacher's can't speak fluently, yet they are forced to teach in English.  As a result, their students also pick up the same, horrible broken English. (when they're in preschool usually)Fast forward a few years later to maybe, 3rd grade. The same teachers teach in their hopeless language they call "English" to fool the unsuspecting parents.  The kids can't understand or connect with the subject they're learning.  So in 80% of all families, the kid comes home, only to have their mommies reteach the entire syllabus in their native tongue. WHICH DEFEATS THE ENTIRE POINT OF GOING TO SCHOOL.Either the British shouldn't have come at all, or they should have left 100 years later after Indians actually LEARNED English. 3. Absolutely NO application.Memorize. Reproduce on paper.  Forget.  Repeat.  There is absolutely no common sense involved in this entire process.  What's sad is even the teachers encourage it. But along the way, a few years ago, some fantastic person at CBSE had an idea- the PSA: Problem-solving assessment.  It's a test that's supposed to measure the actual intelligence of a student.  It requires NO preparation. No stress at all.  No more brainless memorization.  Kinda like an IQ test.  I got really excited.  I was shocked when the results came out- The "class topper" barely managed a 7 (out of 10).  Other scores were ranging around 4-6. These were the exact same people who could score 98% in the "real"exams.Meanwhile, I got a 9, but I didn't do that great in the "real" exams (because I just can't memorize like the others!).  So in the end, who got more praise?  Not me!!  Long story short, Nobody cares about you if you can't memorize pointless facts and reproduce them in an exam.  4. It's gotten to the point that the PARENTS care more than their kids.I remember when I was a little kid in the US.  (I lived there until 6th grade)Whenever I had homework or a project, I tried to do it myself and never asked my parents to do it for me..  I remember designing an entire cookbook (in 5th grade), writing a 50-page story (in 4th grade) and also making this poster for Martin Luther King day.  I only had some help and I did 80% of these things on my own.  And I had fun, too.  The American system is set up for independent learning, creative thinking and just general involvement of students.  Not saying American education is godly or superior to everything in this world.  But compared to the situation in India....PARENTS DO ALMOST ALL THE WORK HERE.But it's not the kids' fault at all!  The problem is with (you guessed it!)  the SYSTEM.  They:1. Don't teach kids to be independent.2. Assign such hard projects that the parent has no choice but to do it themselves.  In my school, the FIRST GRADERS had to make  a chart on World Education Day.  Do you even expect them to KNOW what that is, let alone make a CHART???  Poor babies just be learnin their ABC's!3. So this becomes a habit.4. Before you know it, the parent is even writing ESSAYS for their kid to memorize and copy into their notebooks.5. You might wonder, "Why do they do this?"  It's because the insensitive teachers lower the kids' grades if everything ain't up to their standards.  They don't care if the student or parent did the work.  If grades be lowered, parents be embarrassed.  Parents be embarrassed, the whole extended family (and the neighbors!) be bitchin'.  Ya know, classic Indian style.  In other words, the whole Indian subcontinent will poke its nose into YOUR KID'S GRADES.  6.  This creates a HUGE cycle that won't end as long as Indians are in charge of education. In the wise words of Taylor Swift, this shit ain't never, ever ever getting back together.  Like, ever.5. Classwork.The most horrible shit to ever grace this planet.  Sorry, my swearing is getting out of control.  But as I write this, next to my laptop is 29 pages of QUESTION-ANSWERS I have to copy before tomorrow.  What do I do after copying it?  Get it corrected, put it in my room, and forget about it.  I don't even use it for the exams!  That's it.  We just copy endless paragraphs from a guide book.  We don't even TRY to write answers on our own.  Here's the worst part:  If we DO write the answers on our own, we get yelled at.  Because it's SOOOOO hard for the teachers to READ our answers, decide if they're right or wrong, and then sign our notebooks.  I think the right word is LAZY.I know for a fact that classwork is the very thing that is destroying our education.  until 8th grade (in CBSE) and until 12th grade (in State boards), all the questions you get are from the "classwork", a set of questions and answers you have to copy and learn.  All you have to do is memorize it, and voila!  100% in your exams!  There are NO questions that test your understanding of the lessons.    ----------------More to come, Imma update soon-------------------------------- Source:  My sad life
What are the levels of virtualization?
VirtualizationIn computing, virtualization refers to the act of creating a virtual(rather than actual) version of something, this includes virtual computer hardware, virtual storage devices and virtual network resources.A simple example of virtualization is when you create partitions in your hard disk. Here you are not actually breaking your hard disk into pieces but virtually you are creating that many partitions of it.This video explains it all about the levels of Virtualization.Levels of VirtualizationVirtualization at Instruction Set Architecture(ISA) levelEvery machine has an instruction set .This instruction set is an interface between software and hardware.Using this instructions software can communicate with hardware.So when virtualization is carried at this level, we create an emulator which receives all the instructions from the Virtual machines, like for example if a virtual machine wants to access the printer then that instruction will be passed to this emulator,The emulator will then interpret what type of instruction it is and then map that instruction to the Host machine's instruction and then that instruction will be carried out on Host machine and the results will be passed to the emulator and emulator will return it to the virtual machine.This technique is simple to implement but as every instruction has to be interpreted before mapping it, too much time is consumed and performance becomes poor.Virtualization at Hardware Abstraction Layer(HAL) levelAs in Virtualization at ISA level, performance is reduced due to interpretation of every instruction so to overcome that we have virtualization at HAL level.In this type we map the virtual resources with the physical resources.We don't interpret every instruction but we just check whether it is a privileged instruction or not.If the instruction is not privileged we simply allow normal execution because already virtual and physical resources are mapped so accessing is simple.But if the instruction is privileged, we pass the control to VMM(Virtual Machine Monitor) and it deals with it accordingly.There may be many Virtual machines running simultaneously on the same Host system so if privileged instructions like memory management or scheduling tasks aren't handled properly, system can crash.Even after many advancements still there are certain exceptions which cannot be caught by this method which is a drawback of this type of virtualization.Virtualization at Operating System(O.S.) levelIn virtualization at HAL level each virtual machine is built from scratch i.e. by installing O.S., application suites, networking systems, etc.In cloud sometimes we need to initialize 100 Virtual machines at a single time, If we use virtualization at Hardware abstraction layer(HAL) level this can take too much time.So to overcome this in Virtualization at Operating system level we share operating system between Virtual machines along with the hardware.So we keep the base O.S. same and install only the differences in each single Virtual machine.For example if we want to install different versions of windows on virtual machines(VM), you keep base O.S. of windows same and only install the differences among each VM.A drawback of this type is that you can install only those O.S. in VMs whose parent O.S. family is same like for example you can't install ubuntu on a VM whose base O.S. is windows.Virtualization at Library Level or Programming language levelWhen developers develop certain applications, they save the user from all the coding details by providing them Application User Interface(API).This has given a new opportunity for virtualization.In this type, we use Library Interfaces to pra different Virtual Environment(VE) for that application.In short we pruser with an emulator with which user can run applications of different O.S.s.Example of this is the WINE tool which was used mostly by mac users to play Counter Strike 1.6 game which was only available for windows in the start.Virtualization at Application Layer levelIn this kind of virtualization Virtual machines run as an application on the Host operating system.We create a virtualization layer which is present above the Host Operating system and it encapsulates all the applications from the underlying O.S.While all the Applications are loaded, Host O.S. provides them with a Runtime environment. But virtualization layer replaces a part of this Runtime environment and gives a Virtual Environment to the Virtualized applications.
What are the disadvantages of being an IAS officer?
You cant get everything everytime….Though IAS is the most prestigious post in our country but if we talk about disadvantages there are a lot …..You now hold a public office to which a lot of responsibilities and accountabilities are attached .No personal life is left once you enter public services because as the name suggests its a life dedicated to service of people.Being a bureaucrat(district collector) you need to be available everytime everywhere whatever tragedy or incident happens in your district you are responsible for everything.Even your sunday's are not free either you have to available for a public meeting or a award giving ceremony or in protocol of a vIPYou cant do just anything you want to…beacause now you are on a honourable post where you have to maintain dignity of the same.else media will capture your deeds before you yourself become aware of.As we know though IAS/IPS is the dream post of every civil service aspirant……but we also know nobody is above the so called politicians of our country.you have to suffer a lot, tackle pressure and handle politics to work securely without stress.recently in revenue department we have witnessed a lot of cases where politicians have directly encountered collector's and commissioners of a district without knowing the fact that how much burden is there in these posts.Struggle to get through UPSC and then for IAS then for higher rank to get our own cadre..if not ready to go in a different state with different culture,may be language and climate.while if you get your own cadre as well always get transferred in almost every 3 years the time you come to know about people place and things you get transfered.But,because as i stated you cant get everything everytime you have to leave something ….if you really love to serve the society and nation work for a cause and masses you should always concentrate on good sides of anything,and we know there are many…
Is it going to be easier for Asian high school students to get into the Ivy League schools now that top universities like Harvard are in lawsuits for discrimination?
Let me preface this by saying that a) I’m not a lawyer, b) I have no inside information, and c) I don’t know anything about admissions at any school other than Harvard.That said - I believe the current lawsuit (alleging discrimination against Asian-Americans at Harvard) is baseless. The core premise is that people with higher test scores and grades should be accepted. That assumption reflects a lack of insight into Harvard’s mission and how the process of selecting candidates supports that mission.For decades, Harvard has understood that it has an important role to play in educating a small number of individuals who will make substantial and important contributions to the world. It is a grand mission.James Bryant Conant became the president of Harvard in 1933 and recognized that a meaningful portion of leaders of business and government came through Harvard. He also recognized that if the pool of Harvard undergraduates were to be restricted to members of privileged New England families, then the future of the nation would by adversely impact. He set out to find a way to assess the abilities of students throughout the US - and from that desire the SAT was born.Today’s admission process seeks to find a set of students who have the intellectual ability and personal characteristics needed to make a difference thirty years later. It is entirely appropriate - in fact essential - that the process consider far more than just test scores and grades. Emotional intelligence, the potential for leadership, and much more must be considered.There is an interesting editorial in the Washington Post arguing that the people who are under-considered are introverts because they lack the personal characteristics of leaders. In fact, Harvard admission accepts plenty of introverts. I know. I taught a class with nearly 100 students with a complete spectrum of personality types. Some were natural leaders, able to present cogent analyses to the class and persuade their classmates. While were less articulate, but more analytical.Conclusion - the lawsuit is ill-informed and should (my non-lawyer opinion) fail. In any event, it should have no impact. And if, somehow, if causes a change to favor academic scores over all else, we (the nation and the world) will be worse off for it.
What is meant by "Linux has a monolithic kernel?";"Monolithic Kernel : It runs every basic system service like process and memory management
interrupt handling and I/O communication
file system
etc It is constructed in a layered fashion
built up from the fundamental process management up to the interfaces to the rest of the operating system (libraries and on top of them the applications). The inclusion of all basic services in kernel space has three big drawbacks.         The kernel size increase.         Lack of extensibility.         The bad maintainability. Microkernel : The concept  was to reduce the kernel to basic process communication and I/O control
and let the other system services reside in user space in form of normal processes (as so called servers). There is a server for managing memory issues
one server does process management
another one manages drivers
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