IE Global Admission Test
The IE Global Admissions Test (ieGAT)* has been developed as a means of determining a candidate’s ability to make challenging, high-level decisions in a high-stakes environment. This rigorous exam is a flexible alternative to other standardized tests and, in most cases**, may take the place of the GMAT, GRE or LSAT, if desired.
Convenient & Global
Sign up to sit the exam at the most convenient location for you. Tests are held on a regular basis at 30+ locations worldwide. The test is aimed at an international audience and not associated with any particular educational system, thus all candidates stand an equal chance of success.
Scored for Success
The ieGAT scoring system is tailored to reflect the profile of our successful graduates. Scoring is based using a comparative Gauss curve to match abilities and skills to those of top students across all of IE´s different programs. As the tests adapts to a candidates’ individual response level, it not only ensures a precise measurement on all performance levels but also offers a challenging experience for every single candidate.
A Practical Exam
Rather than academic material that can be studied prior to examination, the test helps determine a test taker’s ability to process information and think logically. Since it does not focus on specific knowledge, no preparation is required. We do suggest however for you to rest the night before the exam.
* In cases where the exam is performed prior to the submission of the application, the test will only be considered if the application is submitted within the following 30 days.
** For specific admissions requirements please check the website for your program of interest.
There are no authorized or official centers that can prepare candidates to take our ieGAT. Thus, any website claiming to offer ieGAT preparation is not affiliated with IE.
Content of the ieGAT
The exam consists of six different tasks adapted to the program each candidate is interested in. Some of the skills tested include applied numeracy, verbal and numerical comprehension and reasoning as well as logical abstract reasoning.
Verbal and numerical comprehension & reasoning
The candidates will analyze relevant numerical and verbal data that describe specific economic circumstances, and will answer a set of related questions.
The verbal reasoning questions assess verbal comprehension and the ability to distinguish information of greatest importance. The numerical questions assess quantitative reasoning and mastery of basic mathematical calculations.
The logical abstract reasoning questions measure the ability to discover complex rules and interactions and the ability to draw conclusions from abstract problems.
Sitting the ieGAT
From 1,5h to 2 h
Including instructions and practice
The IE Global Admissions Test may only be taken once and it is available in English and Spanish. The test language should match the language of the program application.
Candidates arriving after the start time will not be permitted to take the exam. Candidates must present their ID to an IE Representative before the test starts.
During the test session candidate will be able to practice with some example questions to get familiar with the test format.
Participants are required to arrive 15 minutes prior to exam and bring their personal laptop, as well as a basic calculator. Before the test session candidates will receive an e-mail with a TEST COMPUTER to make sure their devise supports the test software.
In order to take the ieGAT, you should pre-register in a IE Global Admissions test close to you. Please select one.
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