Above all, it centers on your ability to reason, rather than knowledge of actual information. This means you don’t have to study for the test beforehand to pass it successfully. It also evaluates your English level.
This rigorous exam is a flexible alternative to other standardized tests. Below you will find the minimum results we accept from standardized tests:
SAT: 1200 | ACT: 24 | LNAT: 22
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the subsequent instructions issued by authorities, IE University has decided to give all of our candidates the opportunity to complete the entire application process online. Regardless of where you are in the world, we will provide an efficient way for you to stay safe without having to put your future on hold.
Therefore the IE University Admissions Test will be delivered exclusively online.
*Visiting students are not required to take the test.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE TEST:
SCORED FOR SUCCESS
The IE University Admissions Test scoring system is tailored to reflect the profile of our successful students. The test is scored using a comparative Gauss curve to match abilities and skills to those of top students across all of IE University’s different programs. As the test 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.
Rather than academic material that can be studied prior to the 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.
1. What does the IE University’s Admissions Test entail?
The IE University’s Admissions Test has been developed as a means of determining a candidate’s ability to make challenging decisions in a stressful environment.
2. Will I be able to take the IE University’s Admissions Test more than once?
No, the IE University’s Admissions Test can only be taken once.
3. Can I take the IE University’s Admissions Test before submitting my application?
Yes, but to be able to sit the IE University’s Admissions Test, you must have at least 25% of you application completed, including payment of the application fee.
4. What is the duration of the IE University’s Admissions Test?
The estimated time of the IE University’s Admissions Test session lies between 70 and 90 minutes.
5. Can I ask questions during the IE University’s Admissions Test?
Questions should be addressed before the exam begins. An IE University representative will be present online during the entire session to assist candidates with any technical problem they might have. Please be aware that once the test starts we will not take questions related to the content of the exam.
6. Are all questions weighted equally?
No, the IE University’s Admissions Test 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.
7. What if I am not able to answer all the questions?
This is not a problem since the IE University’s Admissions Test measures precision as well as speed. You should always try to give as many correct answers as possible.
8. Is there any negative marking?
Yes, the total score is a result of precision and speed.
9. Is there a specific number of answers to pass the test?
No, scores are dependent on both the number of questions you answer and the accuracy of the response provided.
10. Is there a break?
11. How can I prepare for the IE University’s Admissions Test?
The IE University’s Admissions Test cannot be prepared for.
12. When do I receive the results of the IE University’s Admissions Test?
You will not receive the results of the test. They will be sent directly to the IE University Admissions Committee.