Both versions:
✔ 20 mathematical reasoning and basic math drills
✔ 17 study guides and video tutorials
For the paper version:
✔ 6 verbal reasoning tests
✔ 9 diagrammatic reasoning tests
✔ 1 IE mathematical/verbal test
For the computerized version:
✔ 11 verbal reasoning tests
✔ 3 additional mathematical drills covering geometry
✔ 5 cut-e-style verbal ability tests
✔ 6 cut-e-style mathematic ability tests
✔ 2 cut-e-style inductive-logical Thinking (CLS) tests
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Inside our specialized PrepPack™ we have two versions of the test. One is a printable paper version, while the other you can take on the web. Each test includes 20 mathematical reasoning and basic mathematical drills made up of tables, graphs, percentages, averages, four operations, and more. Other subjects on the ieGAT are presented separately depending on the format. Thus, in the paper version, you will find 6 verbal tests, 9 diagrammatic, and 1 extra IE mathematical and verbal test. Meanwhile, the computerized version is complete with 1 verbal test with 3 additional mathematical drills that include geometry and cut-e-style tests broken into 5 verbal ability tests, 6 mathematical ability and 2 inductive-logical thinking (CLS) tests.
The primary difference between the GMAT and ieGAT tests is that the GMAT has separate subject tests which progressively increase in difficulty. The ieGAT meanwhile is a combined verbal, mathematical, and diagrammable test. Furthermore, the GMAT requires deeper study. For instance, the GMAT consists of extrapolating preliminary knowledge in specific mathematical fields such as algebra, geometry, probability, and more. The ieGAT meanwhile is more laid back. Thus, simply knowing basic arithmetic concepts such as the four operations, percentages, and ratios will help you in the long run when taking this test.
In addition to using the ieGAT for college admissions, it can also be used during job assessments. Typically, this is done for management positions, the IE admissions test is designed to determine your ability to make judgement calls under pressure. Find the different question types below.
Let’s begin the quest of understanding test questions with verbal reasoning. Each question contains a significant passage to focus on and process. It’s your job to understand the text before proving your comprehension skills by answering two questions. The passage topics will include economics, unemployment, or GDP – so if you love any of these subjects, you’re in luck! Note that some questions are tricky, asking you to provide more than one answer from the answer list.
The mathematical reasoning questions are information-based presented by graphs and data analysis. Your mission is to understand even the trickling bits of information presented, think about it, quickly process, and formulate a calculation. Don’t sweat, this section does not measure your mathematical ability rather the questions are based on the datasets, commonly shown in percentages and ratios.
Logical and abstract reasoning tests are filled to the core with shapes and symbols. The purpose is to creatively use images to determine how well you will perform during a related operation. During the questions, your task is to identify the role of the symbol. To do this successfully, you need to have strong visualization skills, and be able to hold multiple shapes in the forefront of your mind.
The ieGAT is offered in two formats:
1. Pen & Paper Format
The test begins with four economic articles, each of which is followed by nine questions. These include a mixture of both verbal comprehension and numerical reasoning questions. All questions are multiple-choice and include four options to choose from. Note that sometimes there is more than one correct answer.
In the second section of the exam, you are given logical reasoning questions (similar to those found in the online version of the test). There are approximately six questions per section. There are four numerical/verbal reasoning sections and four logical thinking sections.
In total, the test contains 60 questions, and has a time constraint of 80 minutes.
2. Online Format
You are to answer true, false, or cannot say. Without breaks, the test takes approximately 87 minutes. There are seven sections, each with their own instructions and time constraints:
✔ Verbal Reasoning
49 questions ⋙ 12 minutes ⋙ Deduce company and its qualities from given passage.
✔ Applied Numeracy
20 questions ⋙ 16 minutes ⋙ Deduce from given problem factors such as area and distance.
✔ Deductive Logical Thinking
10 questions ⋙ 5 minutes ⋙ Deduce which symbol aligns with which change.
✔ Inductive Logical Thinking
12 questions ⋙ 12 minutes ⋙ Categorize 6 given diamonds according to colors and patterns.
✔ Information Handling
1 question ⋙ 15 minutes ⋙ Prioritize and process given company emails according to instructions.
✔ Creativity
1 question ⋙ 15 minutes ⋙ Create a unique image from given shapes and give it a title.
Still unsatisfied? Below are a few test samples to further develop your ieGAT skills. Good luck!
Free ieGAT Test Sample Question 1 |
Please select one correct answer: |
The correct answer is: RMTA --> (1) --> MTA (3) drops the last letter. Since (3) drops the last letter that means (2) swaps the last two letters. Since (2) swaps the last two letters then (1) drops the first letter. |
Free ieGAT Test Sample Question 2 |
In 2010, the total number of pages ever indexed in Beta’s servers was 8 times the sum of pages added in the two previous years. What was the approximate ratio between Beta’s total indexed pages by the end of 2009 and Beta's total indexed pages by the end of 2008? |
The correct answer is A. |
Free ieGAT Test Sample Question 3 |
Read the following passage: Among students preparing for final exams, some rely only on the technique of short, frequent study sessions to improve studying results, and others observe only the natural learning sequence of moving from general issues to specific issues, also known as "top-down" learning. Those who rely only on the natural learning sequence get higher final exam scores than do those who rely only on short, frequent study sessions, so the natural learning sequence is more effective than are short, frequent study sessions in helping students improve their final exam scores. What is said on natural learning technique? |
The correct answer is (B). According to the passage, "the natural learning sequence [is] of moving from general issues to specific issues, also known as "top-down" learning", as Answer (B) states. (A) and (C) are not mentioned in this context at all. As for answer (D) – the passage mentions that this technique is MORE effective, not less. |
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Before you move on, know that IE itself admits that there’s no need to prepare for the ieGAT simulator. Why? Because the exam is looking at your ability to process information and think strategically. So there’s no way you can actually study for the thing. Yet! Studies have proved that preparing for these sort of tests present major benefits when tackling the actual exam. What are they? A confidence booster, the ability to answer questions quicker, and ultimately a chance to score higher.
If you are looking for practice materials for IE's admission test, you've come to the right place. Our practice packs can help you sharpen your reasoning skills. How? By taking our timed tests in a variety of cognitive fields such as mathematical, verbal, and non-verbal reasoning tests. You’ve got this, good luck!
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