Forbes' list of the top colleges in American for 2008. These college ratings are subject to change every year but these are the best universities in the U.S. for 2008. For the full article go to: http://www.forbes.com/lists/2008/94/opinions_college08_Americas-Best-Colleges_Rank.html
This is a transparent and simpler ranking than U.S. News, Forbes, etc. You’ll notice the term “Ivy" throughout, though the actual Ivy League comprises eight universities. However the Ivy League started as an athletic conference that happened to be made up of some of the oldest and most prestigious schools. Since then, the term "Ivy"...
This is a list of top schools whose freshman class is comprised of less than 50% of the top tenth of their high schools. You will definitely still find a large number of A students at most of these schools. Few public flagship universities will be on this list because they draw high numbers of in-state honors students, especially in Western and So...
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