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Which universities are more highly ranked by high school counselors than by colleges officials?

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Do high school counselors and college officials view universities differently? To answer this question, U.S. News is publishing a first-ever analysis of colleges in our National Universities rankings category that shows the academic reputation rankings gap between high school and college officials in our 2013 Best Colleges rankings. How should these results be interpreted? If a school is more highly ranked by high school counselors than by college officials for its undergraduate academic reputation, it means that the school’s undergraduate reputation among its academic peers is lagging behind the evaluation of the school by high school counselors. If a school is less highly ranked by high school counselors than by college officials for its undergraduate academic reputation, it means that the school’s undergraduate reputation among its academic peers is considerably greater than the view of the school held by high school counselors…

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