3 responses to “Preparing for the Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Assessment”

  1. Char Psychology Tutor:Mentor

    I disagree, I think you offer some good insights into How to prep for the test in a short time~ focus on what is a strong argument, how to determine what data is relevant or not to an argument, how to determine if sufficient information is provided to reach a conclusion and how to be aware of one’s own assumptions as well as assumptions within an argument.

    e.g., I googled “how to identify assumptions in an argument” and chose this piece of reading http://philosophy.hku.hk/think/arg/hidden.php

    1. Breanne

      That is a huge compliment, Char! I really appreciate it! We do try to teach basic critical thinking skills here based on the RED Model and hope that those lessons transfer into everyday life. Thanks!

  2. Char Psychology Tutor:Mentor

    You deserve it! And I get to apply some of that critical thinking you are helping me to continually practice as a life long learner ~:-)

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