The GMAT Integrated Reasoning questions measure your ability to analyze data, and to make strategic decisions based on that data. The data presented is in different formats from various sources, and you must evaluate and synthesize this data. You have 30 minutes to answer the 12 integrated reasoning questions. There are 4 question types: Multi-Source Reasoning, Graphics Interpretation, Two-Part Analysis, and Table Analysis.
This section is very challenging, so you will want to spend some time on your GMAT Integrated Reasoning practice. Be sure to read through our tips and try our free practice tests. Our IR sample questions are designed to be difficult, so don’t rush through them.
GMAT Multi-Source Reasoning
- Multi-Source Reasoning Practice Test 1
- Multi-Source Reasoning Practice Test 2
- Multi-Source Reasoning Practice Test 3