As detailed here. Any thoughts?
The schools are ranked in peer groups by their rounded mean score
to .5 intervals; after a school's name appears the median and mode
scores. Where the median and mode scores are higher than the rounded
mean that usually indicates that a minority of evaluators scored the
program a bit more lowly than others.
Group 1 (1-2) (rounded mean of 4.5)
Oxford University (5, 5)
Princeton University (4.5, 4.5)
Group 2 (3-6) (rounded mean of 4.0)
Cambridge University (4, 3)
Stanford University (4, 4 & 4.5)
University of Toronto (4, 4)
Yale University (4, 4)
Group 3 (7-10) (rounded mean of 3.5)
Cornell University (4, 4)
University of Arizona (3.5, 4)
University of Chicago (3.5, 2.5)
University of Texas, Austin (3.5, 2.5 & 4)
Evaluators: Rachel Barney, Jessica Berry, Tad
Brennan, Christopher Bobonich, Victor Caston, Dan Devereux, David Ebrey,
Gail Fine, Brad Inwood, Terence Irwin, Thomas Johansen, Mohan Matthen,
David Sedley, Christopher Shields, Allan Silverman, Nicholas Smith,
Katja Vogt, Jiyuan Yu.