Ch 5: GMAT Integrated Reasoning: Types of Questions & Overview

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Take a look at this collection of engaging lessons and quizzes to review the types of questions that appear on the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning section. Studying this chapter can help you effectively prepare for the exam and earn a high score.

GMAT Integrated Reasoning: Types of Questions & Overview - Chapter Summary

This convenient test prep chapter explains important information pertaining to the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning section. Through a series of short lessons and quizzes, you'll become familiar with the types of questions you'll encounter on this portion of the test, as well as specific test-taking directions and problem-solving strategies. By the end of the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Understand what the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning section covers
  • Comprehend directions for this section on the exam
  • Answer the GMAT's graphics interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis and multi-source reasoning questions
  • Apply effective problem solving strategies

Our instructors use a simplified and entertaining instructional approach so you can easily understand these terms and concepts. If you need any extra help, you can submit your questions to our instructors online. You can study at your own pace and access the chapter materials on any desktop, laptop or mobile device.

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