Eleven categories, including "toughest to get into" and "best professors"

Princeton Review has published its 2009 business school rankings. The "Best 296 Business Schools" edition ranks US b-schools in 11 categories, including "toughest to get into" (Stanford), "most classroom experience" (Indiana Bloomington Kelley), "best professors" (Virginia Darden), and "greatest opportunity for women" (UMass Amherst Isenberg). The results are based on 19,000 student surveys.

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