If you are thinking about taking the GMAT prior to graduating from college, you are not only more motivated than most potential MBAers, but you also will likely perform better.
A recent study revealed that college students taking the GMAT tend to perform better than their counterparts that already accepted their receipt (also known as degree). A number of hypotheses exist for this result, including that early exam-ees are superior humans. But, it is also likely that they have a better environment to prepare in.
So, if you are a college student and know an MBA is in your future, think about cranking out the exam before you start your first job.
And for the rest of us, it’s one more thing to talk to our younger selves about as soon as we get the kinks worked out on our time traveling DeLoreans.