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Newsletter February 10 [#permalink] New post 23 Apr 2013, 10:38
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GMAC says IR is important



It’s been 6+ months since the launch of Integrated Reasoning section. With scores from 105K+exams, GMAC has enough data to conduct some preliminary analysis and has found that correlation between IR scores and quant and Verbal scores to be low at 0.55. Hence, a high quant and verbal score does not necessarily guarantee a high IR score. Read here on how this finding may change the way MBA admission committees evaluate Integrated Reasoning scores.

Article link: Click here

A primer on Variance Analysis



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Variance analysis is a sure shot test to verify that you have chosen the correct answer for “Evaluate the argument” question types. In this article, we will discuss the theory of Variance analysis, talk about how to apply the test through various examples, and solve multiple exercise questions. Click here to read the article.

Dynamic list of all IR resources



We have posted 10+ questions and 2 articles on Integrated Reasoning. Click here for a consolidated list of all IR resources by e-GMAT- Articles, and Questions. Keep checking this list periodically for updates.

e-GMAT Free trial: Try out the newly launched IR course in the free trial.
IR study plan: Master Integrated Reasoning in less than 15 hours by following the IR study plan.

E-GMAT Bakery : Fresh CR Questions



Evaluate the reasoning is the flavor this week. Try these two questions to test your skills.
1. Question 1: Earth’s Age – Click here to try this question. Please use the poll option to record your response.
2. Question 2: Income Tax Fraud – Click here to try this question. Please use the poll option to record your response.
3. MSR question: ‘A much awaited MSR question’ demystified - Learn the approach to collate multiple data, and compilation. http://gmatclub.com/forum/a-much-awaited-msr-question-146653.html

Become Smarter: Popular Sentence Correction posts by e-GMAT experts



1. Have you been confused about where to omit helping verb and where to retain the same – Fameatop very clearly articulated his doubts in this thread and received detailed response from Payal. If you are looking for clarity on this topic, do not miss this discussion. - http://gmatclub.com/forum/ellipsis-substitution-146823.html.

2. In fact read the discussion above and then if you missed answering this question last week, try your hand on it this week. You will be able to right away apply your learning from the above discussion on this 700+ level comparison problem. - http://gmatclub.com/forum/apple-the-company-that-has-the-highest-tricky-sc-question-146724.html.

3. If you are comfortable in handling the difference between “which” and “verb-ing” modifiers, then try out this question from last week and follow detailed discussion after that in this thread - http://gmatclub.com/forum/president-clinton-spent-significant-money-on-700-level-146725.html.

4. Read the following post for the detailed solution of an OG question posted recently. This question will help you cement the usage of “to verb” and “for verb-ing” - http://gmatclub.com/forum/to-verb-vs-for-verb-ing-144017.html.

5. A question the answer to which can be confidently arrived if the intended meaning of the sentence is clear. Also compare the sentence structure of the correct answer choice with the answer choice that precedes it - http://gmatclub.com/forum/of-the-twin-supernovas-the-most-recently-discovered-is-the-84861-20.html#p1177454.

I hope you like these posts. I would love to hear from you.

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