GMAT Integrated Reasoning

GMAT Integratedl Reasoning

GMAT Integrated Reasoning is one of the Four Parts in GMAT ®.

Four Types of Integratedl Reasoning Questions

  • Multi-Source Reasoning
  • i. Examine data from multiple sources text passages, tables, graphics, or some combination of the three

    ii. Analyze each source of data carefully to answer multiple questions.

    iii.Recognize discrepancies among different sources of data.

    iv. Draw inferences

    v. determine whether data is relevant.

  • Table Analysis
  • i.Sort and analyze a table of data, similar to a spreadsheet, in order to determine what information is relevant or meets certain conditions.

  • Graphics Interpretation
  • i. interpret the information presented in a graph or other graphical image (scatter plot, x/y graph, bar chart, pie chart, or statistical curve distribution) to discern relationships, and make inferences.

  • Two-Part Analysis
  • i. Solve complex problems. They could be quantitative, verbal, or some combination of both.

    ii. Evaluate trade-offs, solve simultaneous equations and discern relationships between two entities

    Integrated Reasoning section tests your ability to

  • Evaluate Information Presented in Multiple Formats from Multiple Sources
  • Synthesize information presented in graphics, text, and numbers.
  • Evaluate relevant information from different sources.
  • Combine and manipulate information from multiple sources to solve complex problems.

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