A new section namely ‘Integrated Reasoning’ has been added in GMAT examination pattern. It aims to measure a student’s capability to convert data from multiple sources & in various formats into necessary information to find solution of problems.
This particular section has been implemented from May 5. It is based on a survey of 740 management faculty members across the world. It involves combination process of data presented in graphics, text & number, conversion of data from multiple sources into necessary information, coordinate information to see relationship & solve multiple problems & many more.
The duration of GMAT is three hours & thirty minutes. It involves verbal, quantitative, analytical writing assessment AWA (analysis of an argument)