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# What about Integrated Reasoning?

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17 Jun 2014, 23:07
Integrated reasoning section seems to be the beast for me right now; it’s taking a lot of effort and time. So was trying to figure out how big a role will IR play for 2015 full time US MBA? Tried researching and could only find discussions dating back to 2012 or 2013 wherein it didn't hold much value but still a decent score is needed. Is it still the same?

1) Will Adcoms look at IR score more seriously for 2015 session? Thoughts?

2) What do you think is a decent score on IR?

3) Any particular study material(s) that you think is concise and helpful?
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19 Jun 2014, 08:49
1) adcom has more stats now that the test has been out for a bit - so the importance of the score is increased somewhat --- though schools still publish their average score of incoming students on the 800 scale -- so that's still the mains how.

2) total scoring is out of 8. A 5/8 would be decent - please see more info here: www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-test/gma ... reasoning/

3) Yes, we recommend the IR PILL - you can see the above link for a portion of what you'll get. Plus there's more inside. Students have said that once they conquer IR PILL material, the real thing is super easy. We agree with that statement.
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