BANGALORE: Students are gearing up to face the new changes in Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), scheduled for June 5. To test the analytical skills of candidates, integrated reasoning is the first ever change made in the test pattern in last 15 years.
The integrated reasoning section replaces one of the writing sections.
“Coaching centres have been giving students ample training for attempting the integrated reasoning section. Online tests and adequate study materials have been provided to ensure that students manage the time well,” said Prakash Cruz, a BPO employee, who is preparing for GMAT 2012.
Manager of GMAT from TIME coaching centre Charlton D Costa said that the faculty extensively trained students to handle the new inclusion in GMAT.