The industry standard measure of Critical Thinking Ability
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Critical thinking is the ability to look at a situation and clearly understand it from multiple perspectives whilst separating facts from opinions and assumptions. It is recognised as a key 21st Century job requirement for many roles.
The Watson Glaser test is used to measure this ability.
Watson-Glaser is designed to be a quick, consistent and accurate measure of the ability to:
Research also demonstrates a correlation of Watson-Glaser test scores with creative thinking ability.
The critical thinking test is used primarily in the context of recruitment to measure critical thinking ability levels in job, university and business school applicants. It is also used in development interventions.
Adhering to the RED Model, Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal looks at:
Watson-Glaser-III questions are: