Employers use the Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal and the Rust Advanced Numerical Reasoning Appraisal (RANRA) separately or together to provide greater breadth of assessment of critical thinking. The employer's decision of which of these tests should be used depends on the relevance to the position.
The scores may be used together to create a total critical-thinking grade, which consists of five verbal components from the Watson Glaser and two Numerical components from the RANRA. The employer's decision of which of these tests should be used depends on the relevance to the position. If you know you are about to sit the RANRA and that critical thinking is relevant to the job you applied to, the odds are you will sit the Watson-Glaser as well.
The above practice pack gives you an in-depth review of both tests. This includes full-length practice tests, additional practice drills per topic and study guides.