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  4. Kellogg School of Management
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The New Generation GMAT


Beginning on June 5, 2012, a new section called Integrated Reasoning was added to GMAT exam in replace of Analysis of An Issue Section. It is a 30 minutes section with 12 questions.

New GMAT Test Format: Current GMAT Exam Versus New Generation GMAT

Section New GMAT Old GMAT Score Range
Analysis of An Argument 30 Minutes 30 Minutes 0.0-6.0
Analysis of An Issue   30 Minutes 0.0-6.0
Integrated Reasoning 30 Minutes   1-8
Quantitative 75 Minutes 75 Minutes 0-60
Verbal 75 Minutes 75 Minutes 0-60
Total Time 3 hours, 30 minutes 3 hours, 30 minutes 200-800

Integrated Reasoning

The Integrated Reasoning section includes 12 questions in 4 question types; each question requires one, two, or three responses.

  • Multi-Source Reasoning
  • Table Analysis
  • Graphics Interpretation
  • Two-Part Analysis

Multi-Source Reasoning

Directions. (On the test day, you'll see the following directions.)

You will work with two kinds of Muti-Source Reasoning questions.

1. For multiple-choice questions, you select the best answer choice you're given.

2. For questions with opposing answers, you'll see a set of statements and two opposing answer options (for example yes/no, true/false, inferable/not inferable). You select the response item that's accurate for each statement.

You'll use the same data set of tabled pages for more than one Multi-Source Reasoning question. After you confirm your answer to one question, you'll get a new screen with the same data set on the left and a new question on the right. Note that questions with opposing answers will each require more than one response.

Table Analysis

Directions. (On the test day, you'll see the following directions.)

You'll be presented with a set of answer statements, each of which has two opposing answer options (for example, yes/no, true/false, inferable/not inferable). Use the drop-down menu to sort the data in the table and then indicate which of the opposing answers is accurate for each statement.

Graphics Interpretation

Directions. (On the test day, you'll see the following directions.)

Interpret the graphic and complete the statements with the most accurate word, number, or phrase from an embedded drop-down menu.

Two-Part Analysis

Directions. (On the test day, you'll see the following directions.)

Mark the best answer for the first part of the question in the first column of the response table, and mark the best answer for the second part of the question in the second column. The answer choices appear in the third column.

 




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