Dave Green is senior tutor at examPAL, economist, political scientist and philosopher.
When you think about the MBA application timeline, the prize at the end is acceptance to your school of choice.
Ambitious people – and GMAT test preppers are certainly ambitious – sometimes have trouble identifying their own growth. This is because ambitious people are always moving on to new and greater challenges, and never content themselves with being competent. It’s a really useful trait to have, in many ways, but it doesn’t necessarily feel good all the time, and it doesn’t necessarily help you adapt strategies along the way when you can’t tell in what areas you’ve made progress – or if you’ve made progress at all.
Solving Graphics Interpretation questions in GMAT Integrated Reasoning is one of the key skills test takers need to hone in order to achieve a good score.
Welcome to our second video on Integrated Reasoning (IR). If you haven’t done so yet, take a look at our Graphics Interpretation video for a basic run-through of what this section is all about.
Welcome to our third video out of four in the Integrated Reasoning section. If you’re just joining us and want to know what this section is all about – take a look at our previous videos.
This is the fourth and last of our videos on Integrated Reasoning, each of which explores a different type of question we see in this section. For an explanation on what the Integrated Reasoning section is all about, watch our first video on Graphics Representation.