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7 hours ago, paproof said:

School rankings have more to do with their ability to prepare you for the PANCE.

Where are you getting your information? School rankings have nothing to do with their ability to prepare you for the PANCE. If they did they might actually mean something.

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The most important question is: How good of a fit is the school for you? 

 

If this is the right school for you, then those rankings shouldn’t matter and this school is actually ranked number one (in your heart). 

 

Your compatibility and excitement with/for a school should always outweigh their ranking. 

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