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List of best states in the USA to apply for Education

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Everyone wants to study in an esteemed university and get a good education environment. Taking the concerns of students into account we're presenting the list of top universities to apply to in the States of the USA and get the details of all the unique facilities and services you can get there.

State's overall grade is decided by the average of its scores on the separate indices, which are finance, return on investment, K-12 achievement, and most importantly Average Graduation Rate

Sr. No. State Top Universities/Colleges Average Graduation Rate Why this State? Average tuition fees
1. New Jersey Stevens Institute of Technology, Rutgers–New Brunswick, Rowan University, Saint Peter's University, Stockton University, Princeton University Above 91% Healthcare facility, Natural environment, NAEP Score: 285+, Graduation Rate above 91% $15,000
2. Washington Western Washington University, Whitman College, Central Washington University, Gonzaga University, Seattle University, University of Puget Sound Above 89% Job Growth, Rapid Industrialization, NAEP Score: 281+, Hospitality, Law $12,000
3. Massachusetts Harvard University, Amherst College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston College, Babson College, Williams College Above 87% Return on investment, Cost of living, Scholarships, NAEP Score: 290+, Job growth $17,000
4. Virginia University of Virginia, William & Mary, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, George Mason University, Washington and Lee University, University of Richmond, James Madison University, Virginia Commonwealth University Above 87% Business opportunities, Faculties & Departments, Law, Technological growth, Innovations $19,000
5. Florida University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Miami, University of Central Florida, Florida Atlantic University, Rollins College, University of South Florida Above 86% Education Spending by State, Scholarships, Ease of availing loan, Hospitality, Natural Environment $20,000
6. Connecticut Yale University, Connecticut College, University of Connecticut, Wesleyan University, Fairfield University, Trinity College, Eastern Connecticut State University Above 85% Diversification of courses, NAEP Scores: 283+, Cost of living, Budget on education $19,000
7. New York Columbia University, New York University, Barnard College, Stevens Institute of Technology, Fordham University, The Cooper Union, Hofstra University Above 82% NAEP Score: 280+, Job growth per year, High-class infrastructure, Transportation facility $25,000+
8. California California Institute of Technology, University of California Davis, University of California Irvine, University of California Los Angeles, Claremont McKenna College Above 82% NAEP Score: 270+, Cost of living, Affordability, Energy plants, Commute time, Hospitality $15,000
9. Pennsylvania Bucknell University, Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, Lafayette College, Lehigh University, Dickinson College, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pennsylvania Above 81% NAEP Score: 278+, Job security, Loan facilities, Scholarships $23,000+
10. Nevada University of Nevada Reno, Sierra Nevada University, Roseman University of Health Sciences, Nevada State College, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Great Basin College, Touro University Nevada Above 81% NAEP Score: 270+, Technological growth, Cost of living, Affordability, Natural Environment, Greenery $22,000+

⦿Did you know?

1. Around 1.1 million international students enrolled in the U.S. institutions in 2019-20.

2. Secondary school in the USA has two programs, the first one is known as “middle-school” or “junior high school” and the second program is known as “high school.”

3. The USA spends about $957 billion per annum on education!

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What is the money spent by the United States of America on education?
Around $957 billion per annum on education

Which exams are required to get admission to colleges in the USA?
For UG courses, Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

Did offline classes start for the academic year 2021-2022?
NO, we’re still facing this COVID pandemic, and classes are yet to start in offline mode.

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