Shine a Spotlight on Your Skills
Showcase your highly valued Integrated Reasoning skills, which are emerging as keys for success in the classroom and workplace.
More than 50 years of research data show the GMAT® exam works as a predictor of academic performance in business school core coursework. The new Integrated Reasoning section gives schools an additional data point from which to find the candidates that will succeed in their programs, while maintaining continuity with the existing exam and scores.
The bottom line is that your ability to master and demonstrate your integrated reasoning skills will translate to success in today’s business school classroom and beyond.
The 30-minute Integrated Reasoning section will test skills that a survey of 740 management faculty worldwide have identified as important for you, as a prospective incoming graduate management student, to know, including:
- Synthesizing information presented in graphics, text, and numbers
- Evaluating relevant information from different sources
- Organizing information to see relationships and to solve multiple, interrelated problems
- Combining and manipulating information to solve complex problems that depend on information from one or more sources