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# Integrated Reasoning Section

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I've been studying for 2 months now and had taken several practice exams. In all practice exams I run out of time on the intergrated reasoning section. I usually get through 6 or 7 questions only and scored a 2 or 3 only. I find reading and understanding the tables/graphs take up a lot of my time. Anyone with any suggestions?
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13 Feb 2014, 18:07
myajenni wrote:
I've been studying for 2 months now and had taken several practice exams. In all practice exams I run out of time on the intergrated reasoning section. I usually get through 6 or 7 questions only and scored a 2 or 3 only. I find reading and understanding the tables/graphs take up a lot of my time. Anyone with any suggestions?

Hi myajenni,

There are some time-saving mental shortcuts you can use to speed up your performance. When it comes to tables/graphs - it's important to narrow into specific areas that matter to the question. Oftentimes, these questions involve lots of moving parts -- they are there purposely to distract you and eat up your time. Your job is to identify the specific areas of interest and sort/hone in on those areas.

To get some more practice and to view video walkthroughs of all 4 types of IR questions, see: http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... -reasoning
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