What is GMAT Integrated Reasoning?
At ExamFocus, we endeavor to provide you with a large number of practice problems, so that you get thoroughly acquainted with the Integrated Reasoning section of GMAT. In this part, you will have to solve 12 questions in 30 minutes. The primary aim of this sectionis to analyze your ability to critically interpret the given data (tables, graphs, pie-charts etc.) and then answer the questions that follow.
What Type of Problems will you Encounter in GMAT IR?
In the GMAT IR section, you will encounter primarily the following types of problems:
- Interpretation of graphs.
- Two part analysis, which involves the data being provided in two separate columns.
- Analyzing data provided in the form of a table.
- Evaluation of data, which has been provided in separate paragraphs.
Important Points About GMAT IR
The ability to analyze the data provided and then draw logical conclusions from it is an essential capacity, which all prospective MBA students must have. The IR section will evaluate this particular ability in you and we, at ExamFocus, will ensure that you are able to hone this particular skill. How do we aim to do so, you ask? Well, the multitude of practice tests available on our website will help you do so with unparalleled ease…
What to Study for GMAT IR?
IR questions for GMAT are not strictly Data Interpretation problems, although they are similar to them. We are saying so, because you will have to study graphs, bar diagrams etc. in order to answer the questions. However, some questions will also involve pictorial representation of data, while some others will have the data presented in columns. If you want to understand the exact nature of the IR problems then start solving some of the practice tests right now!