GMAT Integrated Reasoning Practice Tests for a top score

Integrated Reasoning Practice Tests

We are pleased to announce that Studycopter now carries multiple practice tests with Integrated Reasoning questions. These questions are inspired by official GMAT tests and official GMAT practice questions so you get a real, exam-like experience on Studycopter.

What is the Integrated Reasoning section?

The GMAT’s Integrated Reasoning section contains 12 questions and is 30 minutes long. This section was introduced in 2012 and tests students’ ability to analyze complex data and answer questions based on this data. This section replaces the Analysis of an Issue essay (AWA section).

We currently offer a full length, timed Integrated Reasoning test and multiple full-length Mock Tests with Integrated Reasoning questions, similar to a real GMAT test.

In addition to the IR Practice Tests, Studycopter contains complete Study Material by best-selling authors for you to develop conceptual skills to ace even the most challenging IR questions.

Just like the real GMAT exam, our tests contain 4 types of IR questions:

Graphics Interpretation

These questions ask you to interpret data in a graph or in an image and select the option from a drop-down list that makes the answer statement accurate.

Two-Part Analysis

These questions ask you to solve a problem with a two-part solution. Possible answers would be presented in a two column table and you would be expected to select one answer from each column.

Table Analysis

These questions present a table with the test-taker given multiple options to organize table-data. You would be expected to analyze questions based on the table-data and pick an answer for each question statement.

Multi-Source Reasoning

These questions present data organized by various tabs. Each tab reveals different facts and figures and you would be expected to pick an appropriate tab, discern relevant data, and answer the question.

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