21st Century Skills

P.A.C.I.E.R is a unique toolkit harnesses big data to measure, analyze and develop the 21st century’s most in-demand skillset: critical thinking. In the age of hyper-connectivity, rapid information flows and artificial intelligence, critical thinking is integral to personal and professional success.Critical thinking is the power to change the world. When developed fully, it’s a complete metacognitive machine that empowers us to think about the way we think and to constantly self-improve. P.A.C.I.E.R skill test described as the ability to engage in reflective and independent way of thinking in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skillfully analyzing, assessing, and reconstructing it.

P.A.C.I.E.R that exceeds what you envision and gets you excited for more.

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For leadership

Critical thinkers are more powerful persuaders.

For Innovation

Creative and critical thinking are the fundamental building blocks of innovation.

For Strategic Thinking

Critical thinking drives quicker, more informed choices.

For Wellbeing

Critical thinkers are more rounded, emotionally intelligent individuals.

P.A.C.I.E.R defined critical thinking in six interlocking skills

Problem Solving

Organizing strong solutions; asking productive questions; generating solutions – all of these are problem-solving skills. Problem-solving teaches you how to make more informed decisions and generate new, more creative possibilities.


Analytical skills lie at the heart of critical thinking. They allow you to understand an argument’s sequence and reasoning by breaking arguments down into bite-sized chunks and seeing how the pieces fit together.

Creative Thinking

The ability to come up with new connections and fresh solutions is the toughest thinking skill to master, but it’s also the most powerful. It means connecting things together in new ways, producing novel explanations for existing evidence, and redefining an issue to see it in a new light.


Interpretation involves decoding the meaning and significance of claims, including evidence and definitions. It involves asking – just as a detective or data scientist might – “what does this evidence really tell me?”.


Evaluation is the skill of exploring the strengths and weaknesses of an argument. Improving your ability to evaluate makes it much easier to decide whether someone else’s argument is weak or strong and judge its quality of reasoning. It also helps you to deal with other people’s attempts to knock down your arguments.


Combined with the application of the other five P.A.C.I.E.R skills, strong reasoning skills allow you to become a more powerful persuader. You’ll find it easier to produce well-structured arguments, deal with counterarguments—and persuade your audience you’re rig