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How to cultivate Critical Thinking?

You’ve probably hear the phrase a lot, in classrooms, in assignments, even in movie reviews, so for starters let’s get to the big question. What is critical thinking?

In simple words, it the ability to think clearly, rationally; to assess, analyze a problem and then come to a solution after careful research and planning. To cut the long story short, it is ability to think reflectively and independently. Finding your own best idea, solution or option.

The phrase has come to take the front seat when it comes to modern education. In this era of the internet, where every answer is a click away, it is a pressing need to bring out original thought.

Today, Make my assignments brings to you some tips on how to cultivate critical thinking:

How to cultivate Critical Thinking?

How to cultivate Critical Thinking?

Stay curious

The first step may seem easy but it takes some practice. A piece of advice? Don’t let the child in you die. Ask questions, one after the other. Taking things at face value is harmful to your brain, because then your brain is not doing any work.

And once you’ve found the questions, looking for the answers is a natural course to follow. Put some effort and thought into it, do your research, which brings us to point number two.


Get your facts straight! Read, talk to people, find out all you can about the project. Once all the facts are in place, you start analyzing them.

It is important to be exposed to different ways of thinking to find your own opinion. So, interview people as part of your research.

Keep your mind open

The whole idea of critical thinking is to bring out new approaches to old problems. Hence, it is important to keep your mind open to unconventional ideas. Don’t rule an idea out just because it’s not been done before, if anything that’s all the more reason to try it.

Collaboration and team tasks can often bring out the most unique ideas, so brain storming with your team might be good idea.

Always analyze

There is no reason for you to stop analyzing a situation. Even if you have taken the decision, even after it has been executed, analyze it. Learn from your mistakes, however inconsequential they may be, and try to make new ones next time.

All this can take time to become part of your life but with careful practice you can cultivate your critical thinking skills and become the master at your job.

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