Watson-Glaser can be administered in these languages: Australian English, UK English, US English, Indian English, French, Dutch, and Spanish.
Watson-Glaser is the gold standard because it precisely measures critical thinking ability—one of the strongest predictors of job success. Nothing is more important than how employees question, analyze and make decisions under pressure.
Combine Watson and Golden to expand the information available from the Watson-Glaser II by providing insights on preferences related to decision-making and interpersonal style.
Your organisation’s future relies on your employees being able to understand a situation from multiple perspectives so the best decisions can be made. This is critical thinking.
The Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal is an online asssessment designed to help you measure critical thinking skills in employees and job candidates. It is backed by over 80 years of research. more > >
The Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (WGCTA) contains 80 reading passages presenting problems, statements, arguments, and interpretations, each requiring the application of analytic reasoning skills. Its five exercises cover Drawing Inferences, Recognizing Assumptions, Argument Evaluation, Deductive Reasoning, and Logical Interpretation. Developed in 1937, the WGCTA has undergone many modifications and developments, including internationalization.
The Standard Version takes about 60 minutes to administer. Forms A & B are parallel forms of the assessment for use in pre and post-assessment. Over 40 norm groups are available for the Standard Version, including norms for industries like Financial Services, Banking, Insurance, Manufacturing/Production, Retail/Wholesale, Health Care, Information Technology, High-Tech Industries, Telecommunications, Education, Government/Public Service/Defense; and positions like Director, Executive, Manager, Professional, Sales Supervisor.
The Watson Glaser critical thinking test plays a critical part in the application process. Find out more about how it works and practise the test here.
Critical thinking involves interpreting information to form well-justified conclusions, and is an essential skill in the legal profession. These sample questions are similar to those you will see on our Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Test, they are designed to help you feel comfortable with the test and for you to assess your critical thinking skills.
With a bare minimum of staff and resources, The Foundation for Critical Thinking needs volunteer help as it serves countless students and faculty at universities, school districts, trade schools, and private and military academies around the world, as well as businesses, government departments, and individuals from all walks of life.
Our 2017 Spring Fund Drive reached only 9% of our $100,000 goal, requiring us to continue the drive into summer. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with no grant funding or major benefactors, we need help from you to keep our organization alive!
A few dollars from each person reading this would end fundraising for at least a year. We hope you'll join those who have contributed and add your voice to the critical thinking movement.