As a standardized test for business school applicants, the GMAT exam has four different sections test-takers have to complete: the Quantitative and Verbal sections make up the biggest parts of the test. The other two shorter sections include the Analytical Writing Assessment and Integrated Reasoning.
Veritas Prep, one of the providers of GMAT preparation courses, has just offered advice on how to efficiently deal with the Integrated Reasoning part in order to have more time for the Quantitative and Verbal sections, which count more towards your overall score. Read this Businessweek article to find out about their “10-Question Strategy” and get access to a GMAT Diagnostic Quiz for additional practice.
(© Bloomberg Businessweek, published on 21 January 2015)