# GMAT Practice Questions

## Graphics Interpretation

The graphics interpretation section is the most visual part of the integrated reasoning section. You're asked to interpret bar charts, line graphs, scatterplots, segmentation charts, pie charts, venn diagram, and all kinds of custom graphs. 3 of the 12 integrated reasoning questions will be of this type. At 2 minutes and 30 seconds per question, you should budget a total of 7 minutes and 30 seconds for this section.

The difficulty in this section is not necessarily reading the graph. It's what comes after it. For example, you might work with numbers in different units/metrics. One number might be in billions and another number might be in units of ten-thousand. How do you combine multiple numbers in different units? And what happens when you divide that number by .9% ?

So at first glance, this section might seem fun - and it is. But remember, there will be two parts to these graphics interpretation questions. You'll need to answer BOTH parts to get credit for each of the 3 questions you'll see in this section. This scoring algorithm makes it that much more difficult to "accidentally" get the right answer. Having said that, there are usually only 3 answer choices for each fill-in-the-blank dropdown, rather than 5 answer choices in your typical multiple choice question.

GMAT Practice Set # 1
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 1: Behavior of Day 1 Shoppers Percent Segmentation Graph 12045 30% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 2: Cultivated Land Use Segmented Blowup Chart 8700 50% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 3: Apple Stock Chart Stock Chart 16063 18% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 2
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 4: Ballroom Height & Tiles (Custom Scatterplot) Double Axis Scatterplot 7801 47% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 5: GDP per capita Clustered Bar Chart 7489 63% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 6: Income VS Years of Education Scatterplot 6406 67% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 3
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 7: Widgets Sold Multiple Line Graph 5516 46% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 8: Company Sales & Traffic Double Axis Bar Chart 7754 37% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 9: Percentile Wealth Distribution in America Pie Chart 7335 58% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 4
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 10: GDP Per Region 1969-2011 Multi-Line Graph 4380 29% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 11: Hot Internet Startup Growth Clustered Bar Chart 4269 44% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 12: TV Watch Time Histogram 4440 19% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 5
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 13: Plastic Surgery in 2010 Segmentation Bar Chart by Number 3606 57% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 14: Enterprise Value & Multiples Scatterplot with Regression Line 4026 51% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 15: Street Smart Employees Venn Diagram 3140 52% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 6
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 16: Private Jets Bubble Chart 4238 15% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 17: Private Jets 2 Bubble Chart 3565 22% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 18: Street Smart Employees 2 Venn Diagram 4072 61% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 7
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 19: Student Organized Events Scatterplot with Regression 2800 67% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 20: Facebook Shareholders at IPO Bar Chart 3190 35% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 21: Raising Capital for Facebook Bar Chart 3261 42% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 8
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 22: Facebook Revenue Growth Double Axis Bar Chart 4647 42% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 23: Facebook 5 Year Revenue Bar Chart 5041 24% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 24: Facebook User Analytics Geographic Bubble Chart 4578 54% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 9
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 25: Facebook User Growth Scatterplot with Regression Line 4300 30% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 26: Smartphone Marketshare Line Graph 3541 54% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 27: Ranking Facebook Bar Chart 5352 38% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 10
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 28: Asian Perspective on US Lifestyle Segmented Bar Chart By Percentage 2427 33% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 29: Venn Diagram - HS Students Venn Diagram 3712 46% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 11
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 30: Student Organized Events 2 Scatterplot 2954 71% View Show
 GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 31: Plastic Surgery 2 Segmented Bar Graph 2714 40% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 1
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 1: Behavior of Day 1 Shoppers

Percent Segmentation Graph 12045 30% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 2: Cultivated Land Use

Segmented Blowup Chart 8700 50% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 3: Apple Stock Chart

Stock Chart 16063 18% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 2
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 4: Ballroom Height & Tiles (Custom Scatterplot)
Double Axis Scatterplot 7801 47% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 5: GDP per capita
Clustered Bar Chart 7489 63% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 6: Income VS Years of Education
Scatterplot 6406 67% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 3
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 7: Widgets Sold
Multiple Line Graph 5516 46% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 8: Company Sales & Traffic
Double Axis Bar Chart 7754 37% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 9: Percentile Wealth Distribution in America
Pie Chart 7335 58% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 4
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 10: GDP Per Region 1969-2011
Multi-Line Graph 4380 29% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 11: Hot Internet Startup Growth
Clustered Bar Chart 4269 44% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 12: TV Watch Time
Histogram 4440 19% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 5
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 13: Plastic Surgery in 2010
Segmentation Bar Chart by Number 3606 57% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 14: Enterprise Value & Multiples
Scatterplot with Regression Line 4026 51% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 15: Street Smart Employees
Venn Diagram 3140 52% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 6
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 16: Private Jets
Bubble Chart 4238 15% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 17: Private Jets 2

Bubble Chart 3565 22% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 18: Street Smart Employees 2
Venn Diagram 4072 61% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 7
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 19: Student Organized Events
Scatterplot with Regression 2800 67% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 20: Facebook Shareholders at IPO
Bar Chart 3190 35% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 21: Raising Capital for Facebook
Bar Chart 3261 42% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 8
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 22: Facebook Revenue Growth
Double Axis Bar Chart 4647 42% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 23: Facebook 5 Year Revenue
Bar Chart 5041 24% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 24: Facebook User Analytics
Geographic Bubble Chart 4578 54% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 9
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 25: Facebook User Growth
Scatterplot with Regression Line 4300 30% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 26: Smartphone Marketshare
Line Graph 3541 54% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 27: Ranking Facebook
Bar Chart 5352 38% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 10
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 28: Asian Perspective on US Lifestyle
Segmented Bar Chart By Percentage 2427 33% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 29: Venn Diagram - HS Students
Venn Diagram 3712 46% View Show
GMAT Practice Set # 11
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 30: Student Organized Events 2
Scatterplot 2954 71% View Show
GMAT Graphics Interpretation # 31: Plastic Surgery 2
Segmented Bar Graph 2714 40% View Show

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## What are your thoughts on Graphics Interpretation in the context of GMAT integrated reasoning questions? Share them below.

### GMAT Graphics Interpretation Pros:

These questions are very practical for your future business career. Understanding how to interpret graphs is very important for your own good. The graphs themselves are usually not too difficult to interpret. Some of them may be types of graphs that you haven't seen before so you'll need to get used to them. More challenging will be the types of questions and calculations you'll need to make to answer the question.

### GMAT Graphics Interpretation Cons:

You'll only see ~2-3 of these questions on your exam. Each question has two drop downs with a few answer choices each. Some of them may involve working with big numbers or percentages that you may not be used to working with. You'll need to develop good judgment about when and how to use the calculator. In some cases, it may not make sense to type into the onscreen calculator 3,200,000 divided by 8.75%. Find ways to make your calculations a bit simpler without opening the doors for potential calculation errors.

### What It Means For You

Graphics interpretation questions are one of four question types you will see in the GMAT integrated reasoning section, which will take place during the first half of your GMAT exam. You will first start off with an essay on the analysis of an argument for 30 minutes. Then you will proceed with the integrated reasoning section, which will include four question types - of which one of them will be graphics interpretation. These visually appealing questions may be of various difficulty. Unlike the quant/verbal section, this section is not adaptive based on your performance on the previous question.

Remember, the quant/verbal section is still the main show. You want to do well with IR, but you don't want to get so caught up with it that it psychologically affects your performance on what really counts towards your 800 score - and taht is the quant and verbal sections.

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