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GMAT Integrated Reasoning Sample Questions

Veritas Prep was the first major test preparation company to develop a significant number of Integrated Reasoning practice questions, and we offer some here to help you familiarize yourself with the newest GMAT question type using the examples below.

If you need even more preparation, we have you covered. All Veritas Prep GMAT courses include all the material you need to do well on the Integrated Reasoning section, including dozens of realistic samples of Integrated Reasoning questions.

Table Analysis



Table analysis questions provide test takers with a table of data, and ask them to determine the accuracy of 4-5 statements. The data table is sortable, and requires decisive analysis techniques to make the most of the information presented.

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Graphics Interpretation



Graphics interpretation questions require test takers to read and interpret a graph or other image, and then complete a handful of response statements using drop-down menus.

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Multi-Source Reasoning



Multi-source reasoning problems present test takers with a set of tabbed pages, each with relevant information. Test takers must utilize all of the provided sources to determine the accuracy of the given statements.

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Two-Part Analysis



Two-part analysis problems require the test taker to determine the two correct components of the answer. Answer choices are presented in a table, and all provided options must be considered.

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