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3 Tips for Improving Your Integrated Reasoning Score

Keys to Dominating GMAT Integrated Reasoning My dad used to tell me that if you’re going to bother to do something, you might as well do it right. That advice certainly applies to the Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT. We all know that this section of the GMAT doesn’t carry quite as much weight […]

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How Important is Integrated Reasoning?

GMAC on GMAT Integrated Reasoning Importance: “Wait and See” Now that the GMAT’s “new” Integrated Reasoning section has a year of statistical data under its belt, two obvious questions emerge: How are people doing on it? Do business schools even care what your IR score* is compared to your main 200-800 point collective Quant and […]

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Don’t Fret GMAT Integrated Reasoning…Yet!

Why You Shouldn’t Worry About the New IR Section Everyone is trying to figure out what to make of the new GMAT section, Integrated Reasoning, which debuted in June 2012. More specifically, if you’re like most of my students, you’re probably trying to figure out how much weight to give it in terms of study […]

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Integrated Reasoning GMAT – Two-Part Analysis

How to Solve Two-Part Analysis Questions on the GMAT Integrated Reasoning Section On the new GMAT Integrated Reasoning section, there are four major new question formats: Table Analysis Graphics Interpretation Multi-Source Reasoning Two-Part Analysis Two-Part Analysis questions are unique in that you actually have to choose two answers, one from each column, for each question. […]

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New GMAT Format 2012

New GMAT Format – with Integrated Reasoning If you’re planning to take the GMAT after June 5, 2012, make sure you’re ready for the new GMAT format — what the GMAC is calling the “Next Generation GMAT with Integrated Reasoning.” How will it be different from the current version? What should you be doing to […]

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Get Ready for the “NEW” GMAT

Next Generation GMAT with Integrated Reasoning I heard it said once that the only constant in life is change. That may be true, yet it seems like nobody really likes change. Why, then, would the GMAC up and change the GMAT after so many years when the GMAT seems to have been doing its job […]

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