Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions

Canadian Universities Forum (discussion group)


 
 
Subject: Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions
Rating for All Business Schools on PrincetonReview.com

Admissions Selectivity Rating (The rating is on a scale of 60 to 99)


1. Queens (99)
2. Concordia (95)
3. Toronto (94)
4. Alberta (89)
5. McMaster (88)
6. Calgary (87)
7. York (83)
8. Montreal (77)
9. Western (60)
10. McGill (N/A)

This rating measures the competitiveness of admissions at each business school. Factors taken into consideration include the average GMAT score and undergraduate GPA of the first-year class, the percentage of applicants who are accepted, and the percentage of applicants who are accepted and ultimately enroll.

[10-05-2006,06:29]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions)
show me the link bitch


[10-05-2006,13:53]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions)
JMSB YEAHHHH!!!
[10-05-2006,14:40]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions)
Ig McGill is N/A, why do you put it in Number 10? Then, you should just not put it antwhere by explaining why.
[10-05-2006,16:49]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions)
Last time I checked, Western had pretty stringent admission reqs
[10-05-2006,17:34]
Anonymous
The Princeton Review (in reply to: Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions)
I know McGill´s b-school is just mediocre, since they failed to submit their admission statistics to The Princeton Review, but we can´t deny the fact that McGill is amazing at marketing their school, so I´ve decided to include them at number 10.

You all can look up your school here:

http://www.princetonreview.com/college/

[11-05-2006,04:16]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions)
You have to register first before you can read the stats.
[11-05-2006,04:31]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Princeton Review - Toughest Top 10 MBA Admissions)
UofT babeyy, there´s no marketing here, just prestige all around. that´s what you get for being better than princeton and harvard
[11-05-2006,12:53]
Anonymous



Canadian Universities Forum at Canada City Web Site | Start Home Based Business in Canada | Canadian and International FLP Business