The Degree of Using Critical Thinking Skills among a Sample of Gifted Students in the Tabuk Region
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The purpose of this study was to determine how much a sample of gifted kids in the Tabuk area used critical thinking skills (CTs). The study sample consisted of (320) students from the gifted classes in Tabuk schools, comprising (161) students in the intermediate stage and (159) students in the secondary stage. The study employed a descriptive analytical technique. The CTS Level (X) Cornell exam was performed to gather information. According to the study, there are substantial statistical variations in the degree of CT use among the sample of gifted kids that are assigned to the class, and the level of CTs among gifted students is above average. The study suggested that bright students at all academic levels engage in activities that encourage critical thinking.