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You can improve your abstract thinking by learning to demonstrate abstract concepts using concrete elements. You may also use thought experiments to assure yourself of the consistency of the concept. Here is a description of a recent experiment in learning. Today we had a student who came to the GED center for the first time.How your abstract test score is interpreted?
The way in which the abstract test score is interpreted is similar to that of other aptitude tests (verbal and numerical reasoning). Your score is compared to a benchmark (or a norm group) that includes scores of others at an organisational level and in an occupation similar to the one you are applying for.What are abstract thinking skills?
Abstract thinking skills are important in the study of subjects such as applied math, sciences, and social studies. Abstract thinking is essential at higher levels of thinking such as in those described in the Bloom Taxonomy.