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Linkedin’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Rankings

A deeply-flawed ranking rakes in plenty of press

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The Four-Plus-One Business Degree Gains Ground

Business schools are increasingly offering one-year master's degrees for liberal arts majors

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Business School Case Tournaments: Why You Should Compete

Case competitions offer learning that transcends a classroom

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Studying Business Abroad: The International Option

Want your undergraduate experience to be more global, exotic and foreign? Here's how to approach the search for an ideal school

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Wharton Stays On Top Of 2015 U.S. News Ranking

The big winners in the new 2015 ranking: Michigan State, Georgia, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana & USC

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Dean’s Q&A: Edward McLaughlin Of Cornell

Edward McLaughlin of Cornell's Dyson School

A business program is 'only one component of the overall undergraduate experience'

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Dean’s Q&A: Lawrence Murray of UNC

Lawrence Murray

'Our average class size is less than 40 students, and that gives the student the opportunity to connect with faculty and instructors. It’s common for faculty to know students on a first- and last-name basis'

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Have A College Admissions Question? — Fire Away

Rachel Korn will answer any and all of your admission questions for free

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Have A Question About The SAT? Ask Chris.

The SAT exam can be difficult for many. Chris will answer all your questions on how to prep for it and achieve your highest possible score

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The Very Best College Towns

Boulder and Ithaca among the top destinations

How Student Loan Debt Affects Credit Scores

No worries - your credit is not doomed

Starting Salaries Rise for Business Majors

Logistics and marketing growing fastest

New Ross Initiative To Empower Women

Encouraging women to pursue careers in finance

Deans Take Issue With Gallup Survey

Attribute findings to a range of reasons

Back of the Envelope

Highest SAT Scores

School Average
Washington (Olin) 1480
Penn (Wharton) 1466
NYU (Stern) 1441
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 1435
Notre Dame (Mendoza) 1419
Cornell (Dyson) 1414
SMU (Cox) 1414
Georgetown (McDonough) 1395
Berkeley (Haas) 1394
USC (Marshall) 1392

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