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# GMAT Test-taking timing

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13 Mar 2014, 10:57
Hello everyone,

I am a prospective student planning to become a candidate for the class of 2019.

Now, I know it might seem a bit far-fetched but I wanted to hear someone's prospective.

How does the idea of taking the GMAT now sound to you guys (23 years old with 9 months of Inv. Banking - M&A -experience at a bulge bracket bank in LatAm), roughly four years prior to begin my B-school applications? It is something I have considered but now that study-time doesn't just come free to me, I have been re-thinking this idea.

Reason for this - getting it out of the way.

Thanks,

A
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13 Mar 2014, 11:40
Wow I feel like I am very late...
You can always take a shot and then take another shot when you decide to apply.
You know your idea might change until 2019 )

Good luck and enjoy the present!
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13 Mar 2014, 16:06
Nikki85 wrote:
Wow I feel like I am very late...
You can always take a shot and then take another shot when you decide to apply.
You know your idea might change until 2019 )

Good luck and enjoy the present!

Nikki85,

What I meant was entering in 2017 and finishing in 2019.
Re: GMAT Test-taking timing   [#permalink] 13 Mar 2014, 16:06
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