Logical Reasoning which is a part of the CAT Exam is not a part of the GMAT Exam.

However, there is a component called ‘Integrated Reasoning’ in the GMAT Exam. It is a combination of Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning Skills.

There are four variants of questions that are asked in the Integrated Reasoning Section:-

  1. Multi-Source Reasoning
  2. Table Analysis
  3. Graphics Interpretation
  4. Two-Part Analysis