In 1958, Robert Ennis published an article about the Watson Glaser test, concluding that the test gave too high a score for the pathological doubter.
If you answered ‘insufficient data’ throughout section 1, ‘assumption not made’ throughout section 2, ‘conclusion not made’ throughout section 3 and 4 and deemed all arguments as ‘weak’ in section 5, you would have had 66 correct answers out of 99, putting you in the 86th percentile (according to high school norms)!
How many times have you read a title such as this: ‘Researchers found that fewer brain cells lead to a greater love of chocolate!
’ just to realize between the pages of the article that the research was a correlative one (meaning you cannot infer that X caused Y).
It’s also likely you’ll have to complete one before securing yourself a place on a vacation scheme.