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# IR Literature / Advice ? Any suggestions?

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10 Jan 2013, 12:43
Hey guys,

as I am collecting information about workbooks and useful documents right now I was thinking about the new integrated reasoning part, as well. Since I am having the older version of the OG (12) and the additional Quant. OG book (2) there is nothing about the IR section included. I´ve already seen MGMAT has a book about AWA and IR, combined, in stores but I would like to ask you about your suggestions for preparing in a appropriate manner for the IR section (even if I know it it not nearly as important as the Q and V part).

Maybe you do know about certain books, websites or something related.

Cheers, Max
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10 Jan 2013, 15:15
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11 Jan 2013, 02:15
Dear Rajat,

thanks for the offer. I am going to take the free test to see how it works for me.

Are there any other helpful information on IR? Does anyone know the MGMAT book that deals with IR and essays? Any advice is welcome.

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11 Jan 2013, 05:12
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maxkay47 wrote:
Hey guys,

as I am collecting information about workbooks and useful documents right now I was thinking about the new integrated reasoning part, as well. Since I am having the older version of the OG (12) and the additional Quant. OG book (2) there is nothing about the IR section included. I´ve already seen MGMAT has a book about AWA and IR, combined, in stores but I would like to ask you about your suggestions for preparing in a appropriate manner for the IR section (even if I know it it not nearly as important as the Q and V part).

Maybe you do know about certain books, websites or something related.

Cheers, Max

Tons of info on IR here: the-next-generation-gmat-gmat-integrated-reasoning-130224.html

Hope it helps.
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