The Princeton Review, the chosen publication of anxious parents and precocious teens, just unveiled their rankings for the top party schools in the nation. The University of Wisconsin-Madison tops the list.

Those UW Badgers be badgering everyone to have a good time. West Virginia University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign take the silver and bronze in partying, respectively.

The Princeton Review conducted their highly respected research through surveys. Per their definition, a school would be considered a party school if it had "low personal daily study hours (outside of class), high usages of alcohol and drugs on campus and high popularity on campus for frats/sororities.”

Sources: The Princeton Review