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Overall Score Reputation (Rank By Academics) Reputation (Rank By Recruiters) 1999 Average Undergraduate GPA 1999 Average GMAT Score 1999 Acceptance Rate 1999 Average Starting Salary and Bonus 1999 Grads Employed At Graduation Employed 3 Months After Graduation 1999 Out-Of-State Tuition And Fees 1999 Total Full Time Enrollment
1 Harvard University (MA) 100.0 1 1 3.50 690 12.3% $105,102 92.8% 98.5% $27,250 1,774
1 Stanford University (CA) 100.0 1 7 3.56 725 6.6% $101,353 82.1% 95.1% $27,243 731
3 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 99.0 1 2 3.50 691 12.6% $103,548 88.3% 100.0% $28,116 1,545
4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) 98.0 4 6 3.50 700 14.9% $101,323 97.2% 98.4% $28,200 713
5 Northwestern University (Kellogg) (IL) 97.0 5 3 3.45 690 15.5% $104,495 97.6% 100.0% $27,273 1,198
6 Columbia University (NY) 94.0 8 10 3.45 700 10.6% $106,672 99.1% 100.0% $29,174 1,256
6 University of Chicago 94.0 5 8 3.43 690 18.4% $99,401 93.3% 96.7% $28,107 1,008
8 Duke University (Fuqua) (NC) 92.0 8 5 3.33 677 15.4% $99,240 95.7% 98.8% $27,671 663
9 University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 91.0 8 4 3.34 675 20.1% $95,953 98.3% 100.0% $26,685 862
10 University of California–Berkeley (Haas) 90.0 7 16 3.54 682 12.1% $93,328 96.5% 99.1% $20,262 489
11 Dartmouth College (Tuck) (NH) 87.0 12 14 3.40 682 13.4% $100,993 95.4% 97.1% $27,150 377
11 University of California–Los Angeles (Anderson) 87.0 11 14 3.60 689 14.0% $91,033 78.3% 95.1% $21,334 657
11 University of Virginia (Darden) 87.0 12 9 3.26 676 18.7% $97,663 96.5% 98.7% $22,671 484
14 New York University (Stern) 85.0 15 16 3.40 686 16.9% $94,172 94.8% 98.1% $29,224 836
15 Cornell University (Johnson) (NY) 84.0 12 13 3.43 675 19.3% $95,748 82.1% 89.7% $26,450 593
16 University of Texas–Austin 83.0 18 11 3.40 675 22.2% $89,089 92.2% 95.7% $18,758 741
16 Yale University (CT) 83.0 18 19 3.48 682 23.6% $94,203 88.6% 97.0% $26,505 432
18 University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler) 80.0 17 12 3.27 640 27.5% $94,370 90.7% 94.4% $18,505 522
19 Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 79.0 15 18 3.20 653 30.6% $95,476 84.4% 93.4% $25,130 437
20 Indiana University–Bloomington (Kelley) 74.0 20 20 3.32 634 35.4% $85,963 82.8% 92.5% $18,117 562
21 Emory University (Goizueta) (GA) 73.0 26 24 3.40 645 35.3% $86,170 88.2% 97.9% $25,600 357
22 University of Southern California (Marshall) 72.0 21 26 3.30 660 24.3% $85,885 80.2% 97.6% $26,783 571
23 Purdue University–West Lafayette (Krannert) (IN) 71.0 21 21 3.22 626 25.4% $80,341 87.5% 96.4% $17,770 280
24 Vanderbilt University (Owen) (TN) 70.0 26 23 3.20 631 39.4% $88,267 89.9% 94.4% $25,100 458
25 Ohio State University (Fisher) 69.0 26 27 3.26 638 28.2% $85,727 82.2% 95.3% $16,239 285
25 University of Rochester (Simon) (NY) 69.0 21 29 3.20 650 23.8% $81,534 87.6% 98.9% $25,290 442
25 Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) 69.0 21 30 3.18 642 26.9% $80,115 93.1% 100.0% $25,990 298
28 University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Carlson) 68.0 21 41 3.30 643 32.8% $76,422 93.4% 95.9% $17,398 266
29 Georgetown University (McDonough) (DC) 67.0 36 25 3.23 641 34.0% $83,762 78.2% 92.2% $25,686 506
30 Michigan State University (Broad) 66.0 32 28 3.35 638 22.5% $73,910 72.9% 94.6% $13,855 248
31 University of Arizona (Eller) 65.0 26 52 3.50 644 21.3% $66,235 82.1% 94.9% $12,916 276
32 Arizona State University–Main Campus 64.0 36 49 3.30 635 42.7% $85,121 74.8% 96.3% $13,411 382
32 Tulane University (Freeman) (LA) 64.0 47 42 3.40 644 42.0% $71,824 90.6% 94.3% $24,214 169
34 Case Western Reserve University (Weatherhead) (OH) 63.0 36 36 3.19 618 49.0% $79,618 86.6% 95.1% $21,900 442
34 Penn State University–University Park (Smeal) 63.0 36 33 3.27 608 26.8% $79,800 84.0% 90.6% $15,788 235
34 Rice University (Jones) (TX) 63.0 47 38 3.11 640 46.9% $84,118 93.9% 98.3% $17,600 300
34 Thunderbird Graduate School (AZ) 63.0 32 22 3.39 608 74.0% $66,857 61.2% 87.9% $23,315 1,535
34 University of Maryland–College Park (Smith) 63.0 32 35 3.30 647 23.8% $74,214 69.4% 84.3% $15,424 487
34 University of Wisconsin–Madison 63.0 26 32 3.30 620 37.4% $66,980 74.6% 90.7% $18,282 438
40 Boston College (Carroll) 62.0 47 45 3.30 645 35.6% $70,595 88.0% 97.3% $23,308 194
40 University of California–Irvine 62.0 47 68 3.37 664 33.8% $72,704 69.9% 96.1% $21,172 298
42 Brigham Young University (Marriott) (UT) 61.0 57 38 3.53 642 42.0% $67,427 72.5% 91.7% $8,060 268
42 Georgia Institute of Technology (DuPree) 61.0 47 34 3.20 633 42.4% $77,987 83.7% 87.2% $14,828 208
42 Southern Methodist University (Cox) (TX) 61.0 41 49 3.20 640 39.4% $76,568 80.2% 90.5% $23,800 224
42 Texas A&M University–College Station (Mays) 61.0 41 48 3.33 619 26.3% $67,310 81.8% 97.0% $9,250 177
42 University of California–Davis 61.0 47 68 3.20 671 29.4% $71,169 81.0% 98.3% $19,852 137
42 Wake Forest University (Babcock) (NC) 61.0 47 42 3.20 633 42.3% $72,331 85.5% 96.4% $21,300 236
48 University of Georgia (Terry) 60.0 41 52 3.18 650 20.9% $69,697 79.2% 93.1% $12,604 177
48 University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 60.0 26 37 3.30 616 46.6% $66,063 61.7% 91.5% $19,238 351
48 University of Notre Dame (IN) 60.0 41 30 3.20 639 42.7% $73,424 67.9% 85.1% $22,905 317

Sources: U.S. News and the schools.
Reputation data collected by Market Facts Inc.