One more section is added to GMAT

The GMAT exam has introduced a new section, “integrated reasoning”, designed to measure a student’s ability to convert data from multiple sources and in different formats into relevant information to solve problems.
It will involve synthesizing data presented in graphics, text and numbers, converting data from multiple sources into meaningful information, organizing information to see relationships and solve multiple, interrelated problems and combining and manipulating data from one or more sources to solve complex problems.

However, the duration of the exam remains unchanged at three hours and 30 minutes, and its sections GMAT verbal, quantitative, analytical writing assessment AWA and total scores are the same.

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