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New post 29 Sep 2006, 12:14
I'm currently a senior undergradute student seriously considering an MBA. I know its best to get a few years experience before going on to B-School, so I'm wondering whens the best time to take the GMAT and start applying to B-Schools.

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New post 29 Sep 2006, 22:52
Some say it's good to take the GMAT right out of undergrad since you're used to studying. Basically, it's a good idea to take the GMAT whenever you have enough time to maxmize your score. In terms of applying, typically around 3 years+ is about right.
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