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** Integrated Reasoning Question ** [#permalink] New post 13 Aug 2013, 11:54
In a multi-part IR question, if you get say 2 out of the 3 questions correct, do you get 0/1 for the question as a whole?

Seems as though this might be the case from the practice tests I've been doing, if it is indeed the case then that's pretty rough...

Does anyone have any advice? Thanks in advance...
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Re: ** Integrated Reasoning Question ** [#permalink] New post 14 Aug 2013, 00:31
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In a multi-part IR question, if you get say 2 out of the 3 questions correct, do you get 0/1 for the question as a whole?

Seems as though this might be the case from the practice tests I've been doing, if it is indeed the case then that's pretty rough...

Does anyone have any advice? Thanks in advance...


Q: Some of the Integrated Reasoning questions require multiple responses. Is there partial credit if I get some but not all of the parts correct?
A: You must get all parts of the question correct to receive credit. The questions are designed to measure your Integrated Reasoning skills, and the responses to a single question are interrelated so that answering them all correctly demonstrates your ability to integrate data to solve complex problems. Additionally, the IR score scale has been designed to reward a candidate’s ability to synthesize multiple streams of information and evaluate possible outcomes as opposed to randomly guessing an answer.

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Re: ** Integrated Reasoning Question ** [#permalink] New post 15 Aug 2013, 21:20
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In a multi-part IR question, if you get say 2 out of the 3 questions correct, do you get 0/1 for the question as a whole?

Seems as though this might be the case from the practice tests I've been doing, if it is indeed the case then that's pretty rough...

Does anyone have any advice? Thanks in advance...

The multiple-choice questions--at least, the dichotomous choice questions, where you pick yes or no to three statements--aren't as hard as they seem. Three questions, with two possible answer choices each, means 2^3=8 total possible combinations. That's not too many more than on a typical 5-choice multiple choice question.
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