Watson-Glaser™ II Critical
Improve decision making and accurately identify top performers
How long will your company survive if your staff makes bad decisions? The Watson-Glaser™ II Critical Thinking Appraisal is the leading critical thinking test used to assess and develop decision making skills and judgment. Thousands of organizations and schools use Watson-Glaser to hire great managers, develop high-potential employees, and admit students into challenging programs.
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||GLOBAL PRODUCT – Available in US, UK, Australian, and Indian English, Spanish, French, and Dutch
Untimed: 35-40 minutes
Uses: Selection, development, high potential identification, college recruiting
Watson-Glaser scores are based on our easy-to-follow RED critical thinking model
Three reports let you apply the results in many ways
- Profile Report: See the overall score, subscales, and a few predictive behaviors
- Interview Report: Conduct a structured critical thinking behavioral interview with sample questions
- Development Report: Build a custom learning & development plan to enhance an individual’s skills
Visit our critical thinking site www.ThinkWatson.com for tools for ongoing critical thinking skill development.
Watson-Glaser II has been extensively validated to provide the most accurate picture available of critical thinkers. W-G scores correlate with:
- Cognitive ability (e.g., r = .60 with WAIS-IV fluid reasoning composite; n = 49)
- Occupational and educational attainment (e.g., r = .28 with job level; n = 432; r = .33 with education level; n = 581)
- Job performance (e.g., r = .28 with supervisory ratings of core critical thinking behaviors; n = 68)
- Attitudes or personality preferences related to critical thinking performance (e.g., for the correlation between Watson-Glaser II Evaluate Arguments and Myers-Briggs Feeling, r = -.27, n = 60)
Click below to access our white paper “Critical Thinking eBook” and learn more how Talent assessment improves the accuracy of performance predictions in your organization.
“This test has legions of fans, including JC Penney, Coors, and government intelligence agencies.”