ChatGPT, the viral chatbot that has raised concerns from teachers and academics over its ability to cheat on essays and exams, has now passed a Wharton MBA final exam, the United States Medical Licensing Exam, and components of the bar exam. A Wharton Professor conducted a study in which he used OpenAI’s GPT-3, the language model on which ChatGPT is built, to take a final exam of a core MBA course. He concluded that GPT-3 would have received a B to B- on the exam. The professor, Christian Terwiesch, found that GPT-3 performs the best “at basic operations management and process[ing] analysis questions.” For these, the chatbot provided both correct answers and excellent explanations as to why an answer was selected. In the paper’s summary, Tewriesch acknowledged that GPT-3 is by no means perfect. At times the bot made mistakes in simple mathematical calculations and wasn’t able to handle more advanced process analysis questions.