The Watson-Glaser-lll in Action: Three Case Studies from University Settings

For many universities choosing who to admit into their degree course is a difficult task. Several universities are turning to cognitive ability assessments to help solve this problem. This paper presents three case studies from universities who have implemented the Watson-Glaser lll.

Clark Amistad, MSc. and Matt Stewart, CPsychol.

For many universities, choosing who to admit into their degree course is a difficult task. Several universities are turning to cognitive ability to help solve this
problem. High-quality assessments, like the Watson-Glaser ™ III (WG-III) , are able to determine which students have the critical thinking ability to excel.

Using the WG-III, universities can improve the quality of the students, resulting in higher pass rates that can lead to improved post-graduate employment.

In the following paragraphs, we present three case studies from universities who have implemented the Watson-Glaser III into their selection system.

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