About This Chapter
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
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1. Overview of the Integrated Reasoning Section for GMAT
The GMAT or Graduate Management Admission Test is a challenging exam that evaluates the ability and readiness of students to enter a master's in business administration program. This lesson will provide an overview of the Integrated Reasoning Section for this exam.
2. GMAT Integrated Reasoning Question Types and Directions
The integrated reasoning of the GMAT exam requires test takers to combine verbal and math skills. This lesson provides information on the question types and the directions you will encounter.
3. How to Answer Graphics Interpretation GMAT Questions
This lesson will delve into the Integrated Reasoning section of the Graduate Management Admissions Test by discussing and showing examples of the Graphics Interpretation questions that will be encountered.
4. Types of Problems & Problem Solving Strategies
We solve hundreds of small problems everyday. This lesson covers different types of problems, such as routine vs. non-routine, and many of the different problem-solving strategies we use, including algorithms, heuristics, graphic representations and the IDEAL Strategy.
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- Interpreting Data & Statistics
- Answering Data Sufficiency GMAT Questions
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- Test-Taking Strategies for the GMAT
- Critical Reasoning for Test-Taking
- Sentence Correction Techniques
- English Usage Conventions in Writing
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