To succeed in any assessment, you need to demonstrate critical thinking – but what does it mean to be ‘critical’?
This book takes a hands-on approach to helping you think, read and write critically. Packed with examples from different disciplines and subjects, it talks through dozens of written extracts so you can see what criticality actually looks like.
· Equips you with tools for making an argument, explaining your reasoning and using examples to illustrate your points.
· Enables you to structure coherent arguments and choose appropriate language.
· Helps you interpret and apply feedback from your lecturers.
For undergraduate students studying in any discipline, this clear guide takes the confusion out of reading and writing critically so you can approach your assessments with confidence.
Student Success is a series of essential guides for students of all levels. From how to think critically and write great essays to boosting your employability and managing your wellbeing, the Student Success series helps you study smarter and get the best from your time at university.
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Watch the recording of How to Think for Yourself with Alex Baratta and Tom Chatfield. This webinar, hosted by JS Group, offers top tips on how to spot misinformation and engage critically with the world.