NY Times gives a pop GMAT Quiz

October 3, 2011
Lucas Weingarten

I ran across this little ditty surfing ‘round the ‘net and simply had to post it just in case you missed it.  The New York Times caught wind of the GMAT’s makeover and produced a piece for their Education Life section a the tail end of July.  In the article, the test’s changes are briefly summarized and then there’s a little quiz offered to those so inclined.  The quiz represents the new Integrated Reasoning section and its various question types.  Take it!  Oh, and here’s a link to the answers.


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