The Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT exam measures your ability to evaluate information presented in multiple formats from multiple sources.
Integrated Reasoning Sample Question Types
Expect four question types during the Integrated Reasoning section: graphics interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis, and multi-source reasoning.
Integrated Reasoning Skills in the Workplace
Find out more about the Integrated Reasoning Section of the GMAT exam.
You’re Going to Need it in School, on the Job, and on the GMAT Exam: Integrated Reasoning
Nearly 70 percent of GMAT test takers said Integrated Reasoning skills are relevant to both graduate management education and the corporate environment.
“Big Data” Defines Next Generation Jobs
The rise of social media and an abundance of information are driving the demand for managers with great data analysis skills.
Schools Value Integrated Reasoning
Schools are in the business of developing leaders with important skills like the ability to take in large amounts of data and make sound decisions in a rapidly changing environment.
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Sharpen Your IR Skills and Stand Out From the Crowd
Integrated Reasoning has become an important part of the GMAT exam because it tests the skills you need to succeed in a business school classroom.