I was wondering if anyone knows what a "good" Watson Glaser score is? (I'd also appreciate any good links to practice questions although I have found a few now) Hi Nikki, I'm just wondering how you got on with this test because I have been asked to complete the same (Watson-Glaser) test as part of the assessment process for the Bank of England.
The Watson Glaser test is an aptitude assessment used by law practices to test critical thinking ability among other skills.
One of several types of psychometric tests, the Watson Glaser critical thinking test is used by firms to shortlist candidates for trainee roles and vacation schemes.
Notice how logic is sometimes illogical (№1): How a valid conclusion becomes unreasonable: neither of the premises of the argument nor the conclusion deriving from them need to be true.
Well, we all know Paddington is a bear (who liked to eat marmalade)! Many researchers believe that people are wholly rational; it’s just that psychological tests do not reflect their competence…
Go to the Watson Glaser Practice Test In the Assessment of Inference section of the test, the questions are focused around one statement.
You must assume that all of the information in these statements is true and not use any outside knowledge to inform your answer.
The intellectual roots of critical thinking are traced back to 2,500 years ago, to the teaching practice and vision of Socrates.
Socrates revealed the fact that one cannot depend upon those in ‘authority’ to have sound knowledge and insight.