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Pearson standardized test in Spanish is composed of three subscales that evaluate the following skills:
The Numeracy test measures the ability to perform numerical operations: subtraction, division, multiplication, and addition, as well as algebra operations, percentages, and numerical sequences. The DAT Numeracy test focuses on calculation rather than numerical reasoning. The test involves learning and manipulating numerical concepts and identifying relevant numerical information to perform numerical calculations.
The Abstract Reasoning test measures fluid intelligence. This non-verbal assessment involves identifying relationships and patterns within different pieces of information. This type of test is considered one of the most effective ways to measure general cognitive ability. The DAT Abstract Reasoning test measures a person’s ability to think creatively, solve unusual problems, and act meaningfully in complex situations. It also provides information about the likelihood of learning or grasping new concepts and tasks quickly.
The Watson-Glaser™ is a test of reasoning and critical thinking. Critical thinking can be defined as the ability to identify and analyze problems and search for and evaluate relevant information to reach an appropriate conclusion. The Watson-Glaser measures the fundamental cognitive ability of critical thinking. Critical thinking is an organized and disciplined way of thinking. It is logical and approaches ideas with clarity and precision. It involves questioning assumptions and making unbiased and accurate assessments; it also requires the ability to identify and focus on relevant information when drawing conclusions or making inferences.
The Watson-Glaser is a measure of the different facets of critical thinking. The test comprises three subscales, in turn, composed of five subtests. The five subtests listed below require different but interdependent applications of analytical reasoning in a verbal context. The difficulty and format of the questions vary to measure all areas of critical thinking ability.
Each subtest comprises scenarios or reading passages that include problems, statements, arguments, and interpretations of data similar to those encountered daily at work, in the workplace, and in newspaper or magazine articles. Scenarios and possible answers require a critical evaluation and cannot be accepted without question. Scenarios are either neutral or controversial. Neutral scenarios and questions deal with topics that do not generate strong emotions or biases, such as the weather, scientific facts, or common business situations. Scenarios and questions with controversial content deal with political, economic, and social issues that often elicit emotional responses. Applicants can take a practice run of this test by logging into this link. Click on this link
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|Cierre de inscripción de aspirantes||30 de enero de 2023||15 de marzo de 2023|
|Examen de admisión||25 de marzo de 2023 (7:00 a.m.)||25 de marzo de 2023 (7:00 a.m.)|
|Entrevistas||29 de marzo de 2023||13 de abril de 2023|
|Publicación lista de admitidos||20 de abril de 2023||20 de abril de 2023|