Berkeley versus MVP?

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depressed0L

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Berkeley versus MVP?

Post by depressed0L » Sat Jul 03, 2010 9:48 am

Shouldn't it be HYS - CCN - MVP - then BNDCG, i.e. shouldn't Berkeley be on the same level as Northwestern, Duke, Cornell, and Georgetown?

It seems like there's t6, then t9, then BNDCG.

What exactly makes Berkeley ABOVE MV, and equal to P? They place worst in t14, and are the second best school in the Bay Area.

Curious.

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Re: Berkeley versus MVP?

Post by kaydish21 » Sat Jul 03, 2010 10:05 am

Oh boy here we go again. All of a sudden more modest.

This should be good.

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Re: Berkeley versus MVP?

Post by im_blue » Sat Jul 03, 2010 7:09 pm

I actually agree that it should be HYS, CCN, MVP, BNDCG. ITE, Berkeley is placing worse than MVP and perhaps even ND.

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Re: Berkeley versus MVP?

Post by rayiner » Sat Jul 03, 2010 7:14 pm

depressed0L wrote:Shouldn't it be HYS - CCN - MVP - then BNDCG, i.e. shouldn't Berkeley be on the same level as Northwestern, Duke, Cornell, and Georgetown?

It seems like there's t6, then t9, then BNDCG.

What exactly makes Berkeley ABOVE MV, and equal to P? They place worst in t14, and are the second best school in the Bay Area.

Curious.
Nah.

There's T6, then T7, then T8, then T9, then T10, then T11...

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Re: Berkeley versus MVP?

Post by Tautology » Sat Jul 03, 2010 7:42 pm

rayiner wrote:
Nah.

There's T6, then T7, then T8, then T9, then T10, then T11...
Why do so many of you have that 'tar? Am I expected to actually read your names?

Also, there are more important things about a school than whether it's just misses an arbitrary cutoff or not. The TX ranking system is somewhat subjective anyway.

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