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Integrated Reasoning Provides Added GMAT Security

As you already know by now, the Integrated Reasoning section question formats are wildly different from either the verbal or quantitative reasoning sections.  The most-commonly stated reason for these bizarre question formats has been to test higher order reasoning and … Continue reading

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Integrated Reasoning: Table Analysis Example Problem #3

Starting June 5, 2012, the GMAT contains a new section called Integrated Reasoning.  This 30-minute section has 12 questions of four different types: two-part analysis, multi-source reasoning, table analysis, and graphics interpretation.  Below is a sample problem and solution from … Continue reading

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GMAT Integrated Reasoning: Multi-Source Reasoning Example Problem #2

Starting June 5, 2012, the GMAT contains a new section called Integrated Reasoning.  This 30-minute section has 12 questions of four different types: two-part analysis, multisource reasoning, table analysis, and graphics interpretation.  Below is a sample problem and solution from … Continue reading

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Integrated Reasoning: Two-Part Analysis Example Problem #3

Starting June 5, 2012, the GMAT contains a new section called Integrated Reasoning.  This 30-minute section has 12 questions of four different types: two-part analysis, multisource reasoning, table analysis, and graphics interpretation.  Below is a sample problem and solution from … Continue reading

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Integrated Reasoning: Two-Part Analysis Example Problem #2

In June of 2012, the GMAT will contain a new 12 problem Integrated Reasoning section. To help you prepare for the IR section, we are working out the problems for you! Below is a sample IR Two-Part Analysis problem from … Continue reading

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Will my Integrated Reasoning score be on my unofficial GMAT score report?

No, the Integrated Reasoning score will not appear on the unofficial score report you see immediately after taking the GMAT.  That unofficial score report will still include the scores from the Verbal and Quantitative Reasoning sections ONLY.  You will not … Continue reading

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Integrated Reasoning Section: How will business schools use this section?

Based on several conversations with business school admissions officers, we do not believe the integrated reasoning section will be a huge factor in business school admissions this coming year (2012-2013).  Most of the schools we spoke to were still unsure … Continue reading

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Integrated Reasoning: Table Analysis Example Problem #2

In June of 2012, the GMAT will contain a new 12 problem Integrated Reasoning section. To help you prepare for the IR section, we are working out the problems for you! Below is a sample IR Table Analysis problem from … Continue reading

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Integrated Reasoning Section: Is it Relevant?

The Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) had nearly 8,000 test-takers take experimental Integrated Reasoning sections at the end of the regular GMAT exam from January 3-12, 2012.  Over 1,200 of these test-takers answered a short survey about the section.  Here … Continue reading

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Integrated Reasoning Section: Live Twitter Chat with Wharton and London Business School

On May 7, 2012, the Graduate Management Admissions Council organized a live Twitter chat with admissions officers at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the London Business School.  During the chat, the two schools fielded questions about … Continue reading

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