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# IR : Integrated reasoning

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17 Aug 2012, 07:25
Can anyone share his or her GMAT IR score ?? And how much questions do i need to do correctly to achieve a rating say 4-5??? Urgent help needed on IR
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17 Aug 2012, 10:55
8.If you are capable of scoring more than 650, go through all the practice IR questions in OG and in other sites..It is more than sufficient

Take time in answering your questions. You would probably need 5 - 6 to get that score.
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18 Aug 2012, 15:02
deepeshmohan,

The IR is scored out of 8 so a full score would be 8/8. You can see a copy of an official score report here

As for the number of questions you get correct - it's a big complicated to explain. You might have between 2-4 experimental questions out of the 12 IR questions. This means that in your set of 12 questions, only 8-10 of them might count. So out of these 8-10 you probably have to get around 5 questions correct to get the IR score of 4-5 that you are looking for. How you score on those 2-4 experimental questions - whether all correct or all wrong - will have no bearing on your 8/8 IR score.
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