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Critical Thinking is the ability to use rational thinking in order to identify assumptions, recognize correct inferences from data, ascertain strength of arguments and determine whether conclusions are derived from the information given.
Likely to be highly skilled at applying critical thinking effectively for decision making and analysis and is extremely likely to define problems and their consequences objectively, by analyzing the underlying assumptions of a situation. Is extremely likely to judge and evaluate the relevance of arguments by using the available evidence. May consistently draw logical conclusions from the information available and make decisions accordingly.
An ability to identify and understand what is presupposed or taken for granted in a situation, in the absence of adequate evidence.
Is extremely likely to accurately identify and assess the underlying assumptions in a critical situation. Can easily predict the future course of events based on these assumptions. Can often explore diverse solutions and identify inconsistencies in the available information.
An ability to analyze and distinguish between strong and weak arguments objectively, without any bias.
Is extremely likely to get persuaded by an argument only when it is supported by strong evidence. Likely to always explore an issue from all aspects. Will easily be able to overcome biases and make decisions solely based on the relevance of an argument.
An ability to logically draw inferences from certain observed facts and available evidences.
Is extremely likely to derive a conclusion logically, based on all relevant information. Is highly flexible and can readily change the decided course of action according to new evidences.
Abstract Reasoning is the ability to analyze, interpret and evaluate abstract ideas, patterns and associations in a logical manner. It pertains to the ability to form concepts and generalizations and apply these generalizations strategically to solve problems.
Highly likely to be skilled at applying abstract reasoning effectively for strategic thinking and decision making. Is a very quick learner and can easily grasp new and complex concepts. Can very easily identify logical patterns and relationships among events, situations or ideas and apply this knowledge to strategically solve work-related problems.