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In addition to having a separate scoring system and featuring all-new question types, the newly added Integrated Reasoning section will force you to adapt in terms of your study habits as well. With dropdown menus, sortable spreadsheets and multi-tabbed information, the questions themselves take full advantage of the GMAT's computerized testing format. That means you can't expect to prep well for those questions by studying from a book, or even in a classroom. You'll need a course of study that matches what you'll see on Test Day.
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