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You should read Malcolm Gladwell's Book "Outliers" he talks about exactly the same thing-- By some incorrect reasoning, you are thought to be better and then put in a class where there is higher expectation and better teaching which in turn leads to better grades which in turn leads to acceptance in better colleges which in turn leads to greater opportunities which.... You get the idea

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