Talk:Tuck School of Business

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Reference to Rankings[edit]

The rankings section of this article, as well as references to rankings in the intro, sound brochure-like.

"Tuck [...] consistently ranks in the top five in many business school rankings.[9]" - in reality it appears to rank in the top 5 for 2 rankings, out of 8 rankings cited.

"In international ranking analyses in which all the different ranking bodies are combined, Tuck's median score consistently places it as one of the top three business schools if not the top business school in the world.[54]" - Again, this feels like "torturing the data" that supporters of any school can do to claim a high ranking. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 216.239.45.130 (talk) 15:31, 30 March 2012 (UTC)