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# New GMAT Section: Integrated Reasoning

The new GMAT format that was introduced in June 2012 contains a new section called Integrated Reasoning. This section integrates both math and verbal content and asks you to synthesize information from charts, graphs, tables, and other written and visual data and to answer questions based on that information.

First, the bad news: Integrated reasoning can be challenging because it’s a bit more complex than the traditional multiple choice questions on the GMAT verbal and quantitative sections. Now, the good news: The content itself that is tested is nothing you haven’t already learned in preparing for GMAT Quant and GMAT Verbal!

That said, you’ll need to learn exactly how that content is tested in these new and unique questions formats, and this lesson will teach you everything you need to know. We’ll cover all of the new question types — table analysis, graphics interpretation, multi-source reasoning, and two-part analysis — and work step-by-step through myriad examples of each.

Specifically, this GMAT video tutorial covers:

• Overview of the new GMAT section – Integrated Reasoning;
• Integrated Reasoning scoring and question types;
• General and Specific strategies for each I.R. question format;
• Table Analysis explanation with examples;
• Graphics Interpretation explanation with examples;
• Multi-Source Reasoning explanation with examples;
• Two-Part Analysis explanation with examples