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# ieGAT: Information.

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Joined: 20 Mar 2016
Posts: 187
Location: Estonia
Concentration: Strategy, General Management
Schools: IE (A)
GMAT 1: 690 Q49 V35

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12 Mar 2018, 19:22
Hello Larissa,

Good luck with the test. Don't sweat it. The major issue that I understand comes from the Logical-abstract reasoning questions, where you have to understand a sequence of symbols, derive meaning and make a new one.

I haven't heard from anyone at IE with bad IEGAT. Sometimes they do ask you to take the GMAT or GRE. or the opposite. I am not sure of the reason.

I think April should be fine. Visa takes 6-8 weeks. Visa docummets 3-4 weeks. I believe 3-3.5 months before the start should be the bare minimum.

Larissa00 wrote:
Hi Everybody!

I see that there hasn't been much activity lately on this topic, but I would greatly appreciate an advice from someone as I'm really keen on getting into IE.
I already submitted my application for IE, and I also applied for a scholarship. I did this in Jan/Feb, and I'm applying for Sept. 2018 intake.
I'm looking to take IEGAT in March but I might have to do it in April. Would April be too late in terms of cutting it close for the Sept intake even though I already submitted my application for the program and scholarship?

Besides percentages and ratios, and reading graphs & data that everybody mentioned, is there any other math to focus on in preparing for the numerical part of this test?

I have a friend who applied to IE and was told that his IEGAT was not good and to take GMAT or GRE. Anybody out there who received such reply? As most people here wrote about successfully passing the test.

Thank you so much for your help!

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- Saurabh Prabhakar
MBA@ IE business school. GMAT 690/Q49/V35
Providing guidance for MBA aspirants here: https://www.fiverr.com/sauprabhakar/help-you-navigate-the-mba-application-journey
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22 May 2019, 03:44
Hello,

I want to let you know this website I've found on this subject: iegat dot com
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15 Jun 2019, 05:13
Is there a way where I can find out whether I passed the ieGAT test?
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Joined: 14 Jan 2019
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16 Jun 2019, 09:32
prabhakar09 wrote:
Hello Larissa,

Good luck with the test. Don't sweat it. The major issue that I understand comes from the Logical-abstract reasoning questions, where you have to understand a sequence of symbols, derive meaning and make a new one.

I haven't heard from anyone at IE with bad IEGAT. Sometimes they do ask you to take the GMAT or GRE. or the opposite. I am not sure of the reason.

I think April should be fine. Visa takes 6-8 weeks. Visa docummets 3-4 weeks. I believe 3-3.5 months before the start should be the bare minimum.

Larissa00 wrote:
Hi Everybody!

I see that there hasn't been much activity lately on this topic, but I would greatly appreciate an advice from someone as I'm really keen on getting into IE.
I already submitted my application for IE, and I also applied for a scholarship. I did this in Jan/Feb, and I'm applying for Sept. 2018 intake.
I'm looking to take IEGAT in March but I might have to do it in April. Would April be too late in terms of cutting it close for the Sept intake even though I already submitted my application for the program and scholarship?

Besides percentages and ratios, and reading graphs & data that everybody mentioned, is there any other math to focus on in preparing for the numerical part of this test?

I have a friend who applied to IE and was told that his IEGAT was not good and to take GMAT or GRE. Anybody out there who received such reply? As most people here wrote about successfully passing the test.

Thank you so much for your help!

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