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Ace GMAT’s integrated reasoning section

Master this section with top techniques and intelligent tips and tricks to ace your exam.

Understand the question

Understand the format and objectives of the four types of questions: graphics interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis, and multi-source reasoning.

Time management & practice

Integrated Reasoning has a time limit of 30 minutes to complete 12 questions. Practice questions and mock tests so you can use your time to avoid becoming fixated on a single question.

Strategic data interpretation skills

Improve your data analysis skills by extracting essential information from graphs, tables, and text to answer questions accurately. For Two-section Analysis questions, you could begin by analyzing each section separately before combining them.

Elimination technique

Remove obvious incorrect answers to increase your chances of selecting the correct answer, even if it is not immediately apparent.

Review and learn from mistakes

Thoroughly review your errors and understand why you got a question wrong. Learn from your mistakes as this will aid in your progress over time.

Stay calm

Remain cool during the exam. Anxiety can impair performance, so use relaxing strategies to be focused and clear during the Integrated Reasoning portion.
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