IT developments will enable students to sit university entrance exams remotely. Tasks and case studies are randomly selected from a common pool of science and engineering problems in the real economy, or creative projects. Answers will checked by university professors and industry pros likewise randomly selected from a common pool. People are evaluated by people, but without subjective bias or corrupt practices. And the innovative economy receives a stream of employees with meta-subject, socio-cultural, cognitive, and other types of skills. Since an increasing role in the economy is played by robots and automated systems, there is no need for a production line of standardized specialists selected on the basis of one-size-fits-all school exams. We need people able to plan, develop, and optimize business and production processes; design and renovate social mega-systems. We need creative advancement and the production of specialists needed for the economy.