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Sep 21, 2021 - 1:27pm

Some advise - take it as you will. 
I was once in your seat - obsessed - head over heels with "rankings". You need to take a step back and evaluate your situation before assessing where you want to apply, and where you want to go. 

Everyone on this forum will give really good advise, as long as you are bringing valid questions and something to the table. Spamming every day/week about rankings will not help your case. "Rice vs Davidson vs Vanderbilt" or "Harvard, MIT, blah blah...". Sometimes you have one extra year to do a Master's degree (which you deleted the post). Sometimes you are ranking top Master's programs. Sometimes you are a recruited athlete looking into Harvard, MIT, Stanford.... Or sometimes you are wondering which Cornell school to apply. Literally a min before this post, you made a post comparing Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, Cornell, Duke. 

Don't spam this sub-section bud. If you are into rankings - there are many websites (US News as an example) that can provide these for you. 

Edit: Now he changes his username from chickensoup123 to newyalestudent - meanwhile making a post about Rice/Davidson/Vandy.

Oct 13, 2021 - 10:44am

All great schools for Econ. Vandy " prestige" is a nonstarter for undergrad. It's in line with the other two. Choose one that fits you. There's no magic bullet for any, solid instructors with good outcomes for students. Acceptance rate is Vandy,rice Davidson but RD vs ED matters more these days with test op and significantly higher application volume. GL

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