Critical reasoning tests

Critical reasoning tests are the focus of this page.

Critical reasoning tests 

The best Watson Glaser practice questions can be found here.

The Watson Glaser critical verbal reasoning tests is a critical reasoning test. There is a good introduction to this psychometric at the Lawyer Portal. Depending on the type of law being practiced, there is also a role requirement  for deducing arguments based on the available evidence. Barristers would then present these arguments to the judge and jury in a court of law.

There are sample tests on the major law firms Websites for Hogan Lovells and Linklaters websites. Both of these law firms attract many graduate applicants to the recruitment campaigns they each run several times a year. The Watson Glaser is a very useful psychometric tool for ranking the critical verbal reasoning skills of such applicants.

Watson Glaser Practice Sites

There are other practice sites offering Watson Glaser practice questions. For example, Assessment Day, Wikijob and Assessment Centre HQ

Watson Glaser Tips

There are tips for critical verbal reasoning Watson Glaser format questions here.

The Watson Glaser critical verbal reasoning tests is a critical reasoning test. There is a good introduction to this psychometric at the Lawyer Portal, which explains how the Watson Glaser test is typically used by law firms. Trainee lawyers need to have strong verbal critical thinking skills in order to process a lot of written information in their case files – as well as from law journals.