GMAT Integrated Reasoning

The Integrated Reasoning section tests your real-world reasoning skills. You will need to evaluate information from multiple sources and in different formats. The emphasis is on both quantitative and verbal reasoning abilities. An on-screen calculator is provided for quantitative questions.

There are four types of question format:

Graphics interpretation
Venn diagrams, charts, curves and other graphical plots each with two or three sub-questions consisting of sentences that need completing. The answers are selected from three or four-choices in a drop-down menu.

Two-part analysis
Verbal or quantitative reasoning with two answers to be selected from five or six choices... one per column

Table analysis
A Table is given with three yes/no or true/false type sub-questions. The data can be re-sorted.

Multi-source reasoning
Three sources of information (memos, emails etc.) There can be three yes/no statements or a traditional five-choice multiple choice question. The same data set can be used for several questions.

Practice Tests

Try our sample tests to gain familiarity with all four question formats:

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