JobTestPrep makes it its business to help job candidates pass the Watson-Glaser Test successfully and become hired at Dentons. To achieve our goal, we have compiled a top-notch PrepPack™ consisting of simulations of the Watson-Glaser, numerical reasoning, and verbal reasoning tests. With our materials, applicants can hone their critical thinking, numerical skills, and ability to comprehend written information. In addition, we have taken care to prepare job candidates also for personality assessment. We can teach them how to highlight their best personality traits and prove to their recruiters that they can be trusted with classified information.
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The Watson-Glaser Test is a critical thinking test created to measure applicants’ ability to understand and analyze information about various situations. By offering you this test, Dentons’s employers want to ascertain that you can consider arguments and logical propositions critically. The ability to think critically is particularly important in a law firm such as Dentons, because arriving at impartial and well-informed conclusions for a lawyer is a must. Dentons’s employers also want to ensure that their prospective employees can make judgements independently without asking for a supervisor’s help.
The Watson-Glaser Test is strictly timed. You will have less than 10 minutes per each section. It should not take you more than 50 minutes to complete the whole test, though Dentons’s employers may give you extra ten minutes, if you do not answer all questions before the time expires.
Another interesting fact to note about the Watson-Glaser Test is that your scores for it are not calculated according to the number of your correct answers. Your scores for the test are calculatedrelatively to the scores of other test-takers. If you receive 78% on the test, this would not mean that you got 78% of answers right. This would mean that you did better than 78% of other candidates. This way of measuring applicants’ success on the test is preferred byDentons’semployers, because it allows them to hire the best candidates among others in the applicants’ pool. Yet it may be disadvantageous for applicants themselves. You may lose, even if your score is objectivelyhigh, when your competitors happen to have even slightly higher scores. Because your success on the Watson-Glaser Test depends so clearly on the results of others, you need to prepare well for it and outperform others on your examination. Study with our exclusive resources and receive an employment letter from Dentons.
If you want to get training at Dentons, you need to pass the Watson-Glaser test. Provided you meet the company’s benchmark percentile on this test, you will be invited for an interview conducted by members of Dentons’s Graduate Recruitment Team. Expect to be asked competency-based questions in your conversation with them.
After your interview with Graduate Recruiters, you will be invited to the Assessment Centre. During your assessment day, you will participate in a simulation assessment and a case study, designed to help Dentons’s recruiters predict what kind of trainee you will become. To you, participating in exercises at the Assessment Centre will make clear what to expect from practising law at Dentons.
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