blacklawboss wrote: bk1 wrote:
AP-375 wrote:Yeah, not to pile it on needlessly, but I've spoken with enough alumni in Southern California, Texas, and other markets to believe it has really good national placement relative to rank.
That's like saying a 2 story building is really tall compared to a bunch of 1 story buildings when you are surrounded by skyscrapers. Just because it has better national placement than its peers does not mean its national placement is objectively "good."
Thanks guys. That's why I didn't make an objective claim. (Besides, if you're limiting you're view to only the top 20 or so, yeah, W&M's national placement might not be objectively "good." Not even close. But if you're looking at the schools mentioned in this thread, or the entire T1, or all of the other 150+ schools ranked below it, that's a different story.)