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2.6 Critical and Analytical Thinking

Using logical thought processes to analyze information and draw conclusions.

    2.6.1 Reasoning
    • Possess sufficient inductive and deductive reasoning ability to perform job successfully.
    • Critically review, analyze, synthesize, compare, and interpret information.
    • Draw conclusions from relevant and/or missing information.
    • Understand the principles underlying the relationship among facts and apply this understanding when solving problems.
    • Use logic and reasoning to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions or approaches to a problem.
    2.6.2 Mental agility
    • Identify connections between issues.
    • Quickly understand, orient to, and integrate new information.