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Rank NJ Colleges 2020

collegesearchistcollegesearchist 1 replies2 threads New Member
Rank every New Jersey college for prospective students:

Bloomfield College
Caldwell University
Centenary University
Drew University
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Felician University
Georgian Court University
Kean University
Monmouth University
Montclair State University
New Jersey City University
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)
Pillar College
Princeton University
Ramapo University
Rider University
Rowan University
Rutgers University (Camden)
Rutgers University (Newark)
Rutgers University (New Brunswick)
Saint Elizabeth University
Saint Peter's University
Seton Hall University
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stockton University
The College of New Jersey (TCNJ)
Thomas Edison State University
William Paterson University
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  • eb23282eb23282 942 replies25 threads Member
    LOL - based on what criteria? I see you have them ranked by position in the alphabet, which is a a good start.
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  • collegesearchistcollegesearchist 1 replies2 threads New Member
    @eb23282 Rank them based on quality overall in terms of education, student life, etc. For instance, I see people breaking a list of schools into tiers. So, in this case, in tier 1 would definitely be Princeton. Tier 2 would have Rutgers NB, Stevens, etc. I meant ranking by quality.
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  • bopperbopper Forum Champion CWRU 14592 replies107 threads Forum Champion


    New Jersey Colleges SAT Scores (mid 50%)

    Reading Math Writing
    25% 75% 25% 75% 25% 75%

    Princeton University 700 790 710 800 710 800

    Stevens Institute of Technology 570 670 640 720 - -
    College of New Jersey 550 650 580 680 560 670
    Rutgers University, NB 520 630 560 680 540 650

    NJIT 470 600 550 660 470 590
    Ramapo College 490 600 510 620 500 600
    Rowan University 480 590 510 630 480 580
    Seton Hall University 490 590 510 610 490 600
    Richard Stockton College 470 570 500 600 470 570
    Monmouth University 470 560 490 580 490 580
    Rutgers University, Newark 460 550 490 590 470 560
    Drew University 490 620 480 600 490 610
    Rutgers University, Camden 460 560 470 570 460 560
    William Paterson University 450 550 470 550 - -
    Fairleigh Dickinson - Florham 450 560 460 570 450 560
    Fairleigh Dickinson - Metro 440 530 460 560 440 640
    Montclair State University 440 530 460 540 450 540
    Kean University 410 500 430 520 - -
    Caldwell College 410 500 410 520 410 510
    Saint Peter's College 410 510 410 520 410 510
    Centenary College 400 500 400 490 - -
    Rider University 420 500 400 520 420 510


    https://talk.collegeconfidential.com/college-search-selection/1883646-rank-all-nj-colleges-p1.html
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  • eb23282eb23282 942 replies25 threads Member
    edited September 16
    @eb23282 Rank them based on quality overall in terms of education, student life, etc. For instance, I see people breaking a list of schools into tiers. So, in this case, in tier 1 would definitely be Princeton. Tier 2 would have Rutgers NB, Stevens, etc. I meant ranking by quality.

    Still not helpful.

    Quality of student life = ???
    What factors are important to YOUR quality of life? Access to beach? # of Activities/Clubs? Retention Rate? etc.

    Quality of Education = ???
    What major - Education? Biology? Engineering? If I want to be an Account, Princeton would be at the bottom of the list because they don't offer that major.
    edited September 16
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  • WildestDreamWildestDream 470 replies5 threads Member
    I LOLed at this post.
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