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I agree with you regarding the Forbes "rankings" and I have had a difficult time dealing with an "editor" who insists on including the Forbes list despite the fact that SEVERAL other editors have suggested to have them removed.
Your description of "flawed and highly suspect" is generous. The Forbes List is NOT an ACADEMIC RANKING, it is merely a listing of schools using a farcical "methodology" that has no place in a University Academic Rankings section.
I fully support any effort to formally and permanently exclude the Forbes List from the University Academic Rankings. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Tigerwiki2 (talk • contribs) 17:04, 6 May 2012 (UTC)