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"I'd put them around Michigan's level."
How do you know? Did you go to Michigan and Mcgill or Toronto?
^^ If that's true, then
Dartmouth College (54th) is about on the level of Wisconsin-Madison (55th).
Princeton (12th) is about on the same level of Duke and Johns Hopkins (13th)
Well, then I'll provide you with non LAC-style schools.
Stanford (17th) is about on the level of Michigan (18th)?
Virginia (96th) is about on the level of Pittsburgh (97th)?
Basically what I'm trying to say here is the ranking isnt valid and shouldnt be used to compare world universities.