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Welcome to our free Watson Glaser Practice Test – a free opportunity for you to practise those tricky questions before your next test.

To start practising, you’ll need to create a free account, which you can do here.

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How Does the Watson Glaser Practice Test Work?

Our free Watson Glaser Practice Test is an aptitude test designed to evaluate your decision-making and judgement-forming skills. It also looks at your critical thinking skills, your assessment of strong and weak arguments and your ability to recognise whether conclusions follow or not.

At the end of each passage you will have access to Watson Glaser answers, to help you see which questions you got right or wrong, as well as detailed statistics on your performance compared to everyone else. Click on the question to go back and get a detailed explanation. We recommend reading the explanations even if you were correct to boost your learning.

If you leave the Watson Glaser Practice Test, it will restart where you left off the next time you log in.

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Why Should I Sign-Up for the Free Watson Glaser Practice Test?

  • Practice typical multiple-choice questions with our realistic simulation;
  • See sample Watson Glaser answers with a breakdown of each question and explanation for each correct answer;
  • Find a record of your scores through your Dashboard to come back and improve upon;
  • See where you place amongst other test takers with our average Watson Glaser Test score comparison;
  • And it’s 100% free!

What are you waiting for? Start the practice test for free!

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How Else Can I Prepare?

Want some extra preparation before you take the test?

You can also read JobTestPrep’s top tips here >>

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Looking for Even More Watson Glaser Practice?

Take a look at the JobTestPrep website, where you can practise with two full-length Watson Glaser tests, additional practise questions (290 in total), normalised test scores per position, comprehensive explanations and solving tips and video tutorials for verbal reasoning!
Just follow this link.


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