for what it's worth, princeton review puts us among the top 10 schools for best career prospects. actually, here's the list in case you're curious: northwestern, chicago, michigan, harvard, NYU, Penn, Notre Dame, BU, UVA and GW. so don't worry about your NY career prospects coming here.
Yes, that's correct, but it's still weird imo. Although I guess it depends on how you look at the numbers, but if it should have any meaning it needs to look on the "per capita" chance of Big Law employment, not punish a school because graduates go elsewhere because of self-selection. I find it very hard to believe NYC BigLaw would prefer Northwestern grads over Yale grads...
Yet again, you completely miss the point of what I'm writing - and I assume you do it on purpose to try to prove a point of some kind. Either way, it's getting old.
QuoteBU stopped ranking last year. also, they still tell us who is in the top 10% (but only top 10%)Any idea how employers react to this? Do they know the grade curve so they at least have something to compare students to on OCI?
BU stopped ranking last year. also, they still tell us who is in the top 10% (but only top 10%)