Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

GMATPill Integrated Reasoning eBook Reviews

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Similar to the real Integrated Reasoning.
by on 8/25/2014 9:55 AM

Integrated reasoning requires skills similar to those in Quantitative and Verbal sections, so you only need this book to familiarise yourself with the types of the questions (graphic interpretation, Two-part analysis, Table analysis and Multi-source reasoning) and how information is given (by tables, charts, text, etc). Each question type is supported by an example with screenshot similar to what you will see on the real Integrated Reasoning.

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