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Princeton Review Party Schools 2009

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Princeton Review Party Schools 2009 List Includes Some New Party Schools in the RankingsThe 2009 Princeton Review party schools list has been released.

The Princeton Review party schools list is a yearly event by which the Princeton Review ranks the top party schools2009 Top Party Schools List Released by Princeton Review�in the nation.

It is an unofficial list, but one which has garnered a lot of attention by people attending these universities, and even students who aspire to have their school make it on to the Princeton Review rankings.

The 2009 Princeton Review party schools list has some familiar names on the list, but there are also some new-comers, as well as a few schools that have fallen completely off of the 2009 Princeton Review party school list.When it comes to the Princeton Review party schools list, ranking the nation's top party schools isn't just relegated to the big schools.

Lots of smaller schools are polled as well, and as can be seen by the top ranked party schools (list at end of article), there are quite a few schools that might be a surprise to the list.

The poll is given a lot of credence, because they interview students attending the school, and have them rate certain aspects of the school, coming up with an overall score for that particular University.

Then all of the schools are compared to each other, and a complete list of the top party schools is released.

The list itself doesn't really mean anything by itself, but a number of people look forward to the rankings to see where their school might place.For the 2009 Princeton Review party schools list, 122,000 students were surveyed with various questions.

The final tally left Penn State University ranked as the #1 party school in the nation.

Following Penn State in the rankings was the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi, and the University of Georgia located in Athens, Georgia.

Among the top 20 party schools in the nation, Florida, Indiana, and Tennessee all came away with two of the top party schools from their state, with the remainder of the list branches out from Tempe, Arizona all the way to New Orleans, Louisiana.2009 Princeton Review Part Schools List:1.

Penn State University, State College, Pa.



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