Student surveys determine best-of-class in 11 categories

The Princeton Review has published its 2008 business school rankings. The Best 290 Business Schools edition ranks US b-schools in 11 categories, including "toughest to get into" (Stanford), "most competitive students" (BYU-Marriott), "best professors" (Virginia-Darden), "best campus environment" (UCLA), and "greatest opportunity for women" (Dartmouth-Tuck). The results are based on thousands of student surveys.

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