Best material for PST and GMAT integrated reasoning section. Focus Graphs.

Anonymous A asked on Apr 26, 2019 - 2 answers

Can someone suggest the best material to use with a focus on interpreting and reading graphs.

Please list the best resources since I have limited money to invest.

Thanks!

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Anonymous replied on Apr 26, 2019

Hi there,

I can share some useful materials with you for free.

Please feel free to reach me.

Best

Serhat

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Hi,

Official guides are the best for GMAT, however not the best for your purpose. If you want to practice the graphs - simply find MBB presentations online and practice deriving the conclusions.

Other sources - GMAT IR part (Official guide and Manhattan prep, "Consulting Bible" and "Vault guide for consulting" - check the chapters on cases with graphs in these books

Good luck!

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