# Integrated Reasoning: Overview

Section Breakdown:

 12 Questions Time What it Tests 4 types: Multi-Source Reasoning Table Analysis Graphics Interpretation Two-Part Analysis Note: each question has multiple parts 30 minutes Identifying relevant information in multiple sources of data in different formats–verbal, numerical, and graphical–to solve problems Determining whether information is relevant or meets certain conditions Quantitative and verbal reasoning Determine relationships between problems

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:

• On-screen calculator provided
• 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

Multi-Source Reasoning Example Problem #1

Multi-Source Reasoning Example Problem #2

Two-Part Analysis Example Problem #1

Two-Part Analysis Example Problem #2

Two-Part Analysis Example Problem #3

Graphics Interpretation Example Problem #1

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