In a recent survey of 2,500 U.S. residents, about 1 in 4 respondents had never taken the test, according to the results of the survey conducted by the Center for the Study of Labor and Employment at Georgetown University.
The survey, which was released in February, also found that a significant number of U.K. residents had taken the exam but were still not ready to go.
The results also show that the U.k. is the only country in the developed world with a higher percentage of UBC graduates than its peers.
According to the Center’s research, more than 60% of the UBC population has graduated with an undergraduate degree and the median number of years spent in university has risen from 17.6 years to 21.6, according the survey.
About 45% of U BC graduates have taken a post-graduate degree and about 22% have been studying full time.
In the United States, the average UBC student spends about 15 years in university, and the average student graduates with an associate’s degree or higher.