The Integrated Reasoning Section
Business Has Evolved, the Classroom Has Evolved, and so Has the GMAT® Exam
Today’s business word is rich in data. To succeed, you’ll need to analyze information from a variety of sources, and develop strategies and make decisions based on that information. It’s called Integrated Reasoning and it’s something you do every day.
The GMAT exam, now with Integrated Reasoning, measures your ability to problem solve in this area. Our latest video focuses on why corporate recruiters from around the world think integrated matters in today's workplace.
The Integrated Reasoning section lets the programs you're interested in see how you'll address the real-world challenges you'll face in today's business environment. Learn more on mba.com.