What is the Admissions Test?
The IE Admissions Department has a rigorous selection process and for most programs, one of the steps along is the Admissions Test.
Depending on the program of choice you may take the GMAT, GR E, CFA, CAIA, LSAT or our own IE Global Admissions test (ieGAT). We encourage you to visit the Admissions Section of the program of your choice for further details and Admission Test requirements. Please consider that not all programs ask for a test, others may accept more than one, while others have a specific test requirement.
WHAT DOES THE ieGAT CONSIST OF?
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
Sitting the ieGAT
- The IE Global Admissions Test may only be taken once.
- The test is available in English and Spanish. The test language should match the language of the program application.
- Participants are required to connect on time and use their personal laptop or computer, as well as a basic calculator. Before the test session candidates will receive an e-mail with all technical requirements to make sure their devise supports the test software.
- 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.
*Please note that the examples do not represent all tests included in the IeGAT.
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. You will receive additional information once you register for the Test.
No, the ieGAT can only be taken once, however you can still present a GMAT or a GRE score.
Yes, but to be able to sit the ieGAT, you must have 25% of your application completed, including the payment of the application fee.
Yes, the admissions committee evaluates both the GMAT and the ieGAT score in cases where both are submitted with an application. If you have already taken the GMAT, we would strongly recommend presenting the GMAT score report with your application.
The estimated time of the ieGAT session lies between 1,5 to 2 hours.
Questions should be addressed before the exam begins. An IE representative will be present during the entire test session to assist candidates with any issues they might have. Please be aware that once the test starts we will not take questions related to the content of the exam.
No; the ieGAT is designed in such a way that each question and section both analyze different intellectual capacities of the test taker while also factoring in various aspects of the program being applied to.
This is not a problem since the ieGAT measures precision as well as speed. You should always try to give as many correct answers as possible.
Yes, the total score is a result of precision and speed.
No, scores are dependent on both the number of questions you answer and the accuracy of the responses provided.
Yes, but we advise you not to rely too heavily on this tool due to the time limitations.
The IE Global Admissions Test (ieGAT) cannot be prepared for. Thus, any website claiming to offer ieGAT preparation is not affiliated with IE.