Granted, some of the people who ask that common question might be t r o l l s; they put up ridiculously good stats and expect people to say “apply to Harvard, MIT etc” and by receiving that kind of feedback, they fulfill some sort of self pride. However, there are most likely others who actually ask this sincerely–and it is worse than a t r o l l asking such a question.
Think about it. If someone is asking this question, then they aren’t choosing a college based on their interests, preferences or own decision. They’re giving data to someone else and asking them to make the decision for them. This is not an ideal thing to do. Yes, there are a lot of experienced people on this thread, but even so, how do you expect another person to know what college is right for you? Only you know your likes, dislikes, etc.; it might be helpful to ask this question in the hopes of narrowing down search options, but honestly finding colleges is something that should be done by the individual.
Anyway, that’s my two cents. I just see alot of the questions and wonder why people ask this. A right college isn’t something you can ask other people who hardly know you about. Thanks for reading