Question by Kat: how to find top rank colleges in virginia or any state?
i have no idea how to look this up..i need help please
thanks for answering 🙂
Answer by Mimi
It depends largely upon your major. I can’t think of the name right now… maybe Newsweek… but there is a magazine published annually that you can find at Barnes and Noble for sure (I’ve read them there before) and probably other bookstores have them which states the best schools this year and last for a certain major! Hope this helps!
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Question by Jonathan: How would you rank these Colleges/ Universities?
I am considering applying to these Universities in my upcoming senior year. All of these colleges have good academics but how would you rank them collectively in terms of social life, school spirit, diversity, basically just a good all around. Here are the schools: Northwestern University, Brown University, Dartmouth College, Virginia Tech, Duke University, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Virginia, University of Central Florida, and University of. Florida. Thank you
Answer by Lisa
i saw the counselors on collegecarrot.com answer these kinds of questions all the time really well. it’s a cool site.
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