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No one knows colleges better than The Princeton Review! A great professor can shape your success in a semester of college classes—but the best professors can impact your life forever. The Princeton Review has partnered with RateMyProfessors.com (the #1 professor rating site) and students across the country to find professors who have changed lives, tell you where they are, what they teach, and why they stand out. The Best 300 Professors brings you:

· Profiles of inspiring and challenging professors and the schools where they teach
· Quotes about how these professors changed lives, in students' own words
· Insight into classroom environments where you'll learn the most

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