critical thinking

Consider the following: You have learned to think and write critically, assess argument credibility, recognize rhetorical devices, categorize fallacies, analyze arguments, and assess argument validity. In this critical thinking quiz, you have the opportunity to test your critical thinking skills and measure your progress in this course. As you complete the Critical Thinking Quiz and review the feedback, use the information to determine your critical thinking strengths and note areas in which you still need improvement.

asked by sugar
  1. Only YOU can answer this.

    None of us here has taken this class or quiz, and besides, none of our thinking skills are the same as yours.

    Once you've written up what YOU THINK, please re-post, and someone here will be happy to critique your writing.

    posted by Writeacher
  2. to think fast in your brain as you do something.

    posted by sammer
  3. Idk.

    posted by Anonymous

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