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# Order in which Integrated question types appear?

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Hi Frenz,

During Real Gmat exam is there any specific order in which Integrated question types appear such as

Multi-source reasoning-->Table analysis-->Graphs-->Partion.....

Or the questions come up random? and also Is the Integrated section adaptive?

Regards
Srinath
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17 Mar 2013, 06:44
mydreammba wrote:
Hi Frenz,

During Real Gmat exam is there any specific order in which Integrated question types appear such as

Multi-source reasoning-->Table analysis-->Graphs-->Partion.....

Or the questions come up random? and also Is the Integrated section adaptive?

Regards
Srinath
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There is no pre-defined order. (also, you may get back to back MSRs)

and for more questions, the IR section here: integrated-reasoning-ir-177/

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17 Mar 2013, 08:10
jumsumtak wrote:
mydreammba wrote:
Hi Frenz,

During Real Gmat exam is there any specific order in which Integrated question types appear such as

Multi-source reasoning-->Table analysis-->Graphs-->Partion.....

Or the questions come up random? and also Is the Integrated section adaptive?

Regards
Srinath
m

There is no pre-defined order. (also, you may get back to back MSRs)

and for more questions, the IR section here: integrated-reasoning-ir-177/

Best

Thanks a lot for the Info
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Re: Order in which Integrated question types appear? [#permalink]

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17 Mar 2013, 09:11
Yes - that's right.

There is no specific order for the types of IR questions you will say.

However, note that when you DO get an MSR question - the following question or two will also be an MSR question based on the same passage or set of tabs.

These MSR questions can either be

1) a set of 5 multiple choice answers (usually 1) - OR
2)a set of 3 statements from which you need to choose among Yes/No, True/False, or something along those lines.

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