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The process of applying to college is filled with often-bewildering and potentially life-changing choices for any student. But performing arts students find themselves with an extra quandary: conservatory or non-conservatory?
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What am I talking about? Let’s start with the joke that in order to get into the elite universities, high school students need to have discovered the cure for cancer or, at the very least, won a Nobel Prize.
The following ranking is chiefly based on the results of the 2014 4icu.org University Web Ranking amongst other criteria as mentioned in the article.
The format for the ranking is given thus; #Private University Ranking) Name of University, Abbreviation of the Name of the university, (World Rank) – Country… 1,091 more words
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Many high school seniors enthusiastically sent out college applications before the Nov. 1 deadline last week. And while decisions will not be out until December, it is important for students to sooner rather than later steel themselves against the sting of rejection.
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Anybody who studies lists of best colleges is used to seeing Ivy League schools and a few other elite perennials filling the top 10. But in a new list of rankings meant to identify the best colleges for lower-income students, the Ivies are closer to the bottom than the top.