The Integrated Reasoning section measures your ability to evaluate information presented in multiple formats from multiple sources – skills you need to succeed in our technologically advanced, data-driven world. There are four types of questions included in the Integrated Reasoning section: Graphics Interpretation, Two-Part Analysis, Table Analysis, and Multi-Source Reasoning.
Graphics Interpretation | 4 Questions
Test takers are asked to interpret a graph or graphical image. Each question has fill-in-the-blank statements with pull-down menus, and test takers must choose the options that make the statements accurate.
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Two-Part Analysis | 5 Questions
A question involves two components for a solution. Possible answers are given in a table format with a column for each component and rows with possible options. Test takers have to choose one response per column.
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Table Analysis | 3 Questions
Test takers are presented with a sortable table of information, similar to a spreadsheet, which has to be analyzed. Each question has several statements with opposite-answer options (e.g., true/false, yes/no), and test takers click on the correct option.
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Multi-Source Reasoning | 7 Questions
These questions are accompanied by two to three sources of data presented on tabbed pages. Test takers click on the tabs and examine all the relevant data─which may be a combination of text, charts, and tables─to answer either traditional multiple-choice or opposite-answer (e.g., yes/no, true/false) questions.
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