The GMAT Integrated Reasoning (IR) section is seldom a priority for test takers who are predominantly focused on improving in the Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning sections. However, there is enough evidence suggesting that the IR section is becoming an increasingly important assessment for MBA admission.
What strategies are you using to prepare for the GMAT Integrated Reasoning section? Haven’t got any up your sleeve yet? Here are some tips and tricks from Kaplan to help you face the test section with confidence and ease.
Suheb Hussain from eGMAT shares the importance of spending time on the Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment sections during your GMAT test preparation. Read how these sections evaluate your decision making and communication skills in a business environment.
You might be familiar with the VARK model, which identifies four types of learners: visual, auditory, reading/writing, and kinesthetic. Similarly, PrepAdviser’s preparation tools and resources can be categorized into three groups: visual, interactive and audio. All you need to do is choose the method that best facilitates your masters and MBA preparation. Below is a breakdown of our site and how you can access its various sections to help with your successful preparation.