IE Japan Office
JP, Tokyo, Meeting Room 7A, WeWork Shimbashi, 6-19-13, Shimbashi, Minato-ku, --
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.
On your ieGAT test day, please arrive 15 minutes before the exam starts and bring your ID card/passport, your personal laptop with its charger, a mouse (optional) and a basic calculator. Remember that no preparation is required to take this test. It is simply meant to determine test-takers’ ability to process information and think strategically on the spot.
Make sure you review the ieGAT website to understand what the test is about.
IMPORTANT: In Japan, the ieGAT can be taken only once you started filling in application form more than 50%.