It does not require months of studying and preparation just requires focused practice.
This is a test that evaluates your thinking and aptitude so there is nothing difficult as long as you have the thinking capacity and an ability interpret, recognize and deduce situations.
The Watson Glaser test is of approximately 30 minutes with around 40 questions.
The questions are divided into different categories like Inference assessment, assumption recognition, deduction ability, interpretations capability and argument evaluation.
These 5 sections are then marked after completion, and the final result is based upon the 3 critical thinking keys- comprehension, analysis and evaluation skills.
The scoring percentile reflects the following results: 0-40 percentile: Below Average 40-60 percentile: Average 60-100 percentile: Above Average It is not a difficult test as long as you have done fair amount of Watson Glaser practice tests to understand the basic format and type of questions.
Inference is a conclusion drawn from supposed or observed facts.
It is information that does not appear directly in the given information, but is drawn from it.
A critical thinker is also able to recognize and form sound opinions and assumptions from the situation.
It allows a person to define the problem, understanding the information to solve problems, recognizing the assumptions, creating a sound hypothesis, reaching conclusions and judgments.