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. Register today.
The New Integrated Reasoning Section and Why it Matters: Discover what integrated reasoning means for you.
Shine a Spotlight on Your Skills: The new 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.
Integrated Reasoning Skills in the Workplace: Find out what corporate recruiters are saying about the skills being measured in the new Integrated Reasoning section.
Learn About the Question Formats: Try some sample questions and get familiar with the new formats.
Prepare for the Exam: Find out how you can get ready these recent changes.
Additional Resources: Learn more about Integrated Reasoning in the resource archive from our recent live virtual event on April 17-19, 2012.
Get Answers to Your Questions (FAQs): Find answers to your Frequently Asked Questions.