Integrated Reasoning: Overview
April 2, 2012 in New GMAT
12 Questions 
Time 
What it Tests 
4 types:
Note: each question has multiple parts 
30 minutes 

Knowledge Required:
According to the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC), the integrated reasoning section requires two types of knowledge:
 Mathematical: basic knowledge of arithmetic, elementary algebra, geometry, and statistics
 Verbal: understanding written material, reasoning and evaluating arguments
Other Important Facts:
 Onscreen calculator provided
 Section is not adaptive
 No partial credit given
 No penalties for wrong answers
 Section will include experimental questions
Looking for Integrated Reasoning practice? Check out the links below!
Table Analysis Example Problem #1
Table Analysis Example Problem #2
Table Analysis Example Problem #3
MultiSource Reasoning Example Problem #1
MultiSource Reasoning Example Problem #2
TwoPart Analysis Example Problem #1
TwoPart Analysis Example Problem #2