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Dak Prescott Wonderlic Score

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Dak Prescott was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the 4th round of the 2016 NFL Draft. That draft year, Dak Prescott scored a 25 on the Wonderlic at the NFL combine. This score is on the lower scale for several high profile quarterbacks in the NFL. But from a peer comparison, Baker Mayfield scored a 25 on his Wonderlic coming out of Oklahoma at his NFL combine in 2018. Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills scored a 37. Kirk Cousins with the Minnesota Vikings scored a 33. In his 2016 draft class, Carson Wentz scored a 40, while Jared Goff scored a 36.

Prescott has returned this season from this season ending injury last year. Prescott got hurt in Week 5 of the 2020 season against the New York Giants with an ankle injury.

What is the Wonderlic?

The Wonderlic is a general aptitude test used to assess the learning ability, problem-solving skills, and other cognitive functions of prospective employees. It consists of 50 multiple choice questions that must be answered in 12 minutes. A score of 20 is intended to indicate average intelligence (corresponding to an intelligence quotient of 100). A score below 20 indicates sub-average intelligence, while a score above 30 suggests superior intelligence. It is not an IQ test, but some businesses use it as part of their IQ testing battery.Incoming prospective draft picks take the Wonderlic as a part of the NFL combine. While Wonderlic test scores are supposed to be confidential, they are generally leaked several weeks after the combine.

Thus far in this career, Prescott has amassed 18,037 yards with 109 touchdowns and 41 interceptions. He has also ran for 1,327 yards and 24 touchdowns. The 6’2, 228 pound quarterback is expected to have a very strong comeback season in 2021. Dak Prescott will turn 25 in April of 2021. Dak is set to be the starting quarterback for the Cowboys until at least 2027, but he does have an opt-out clause after 2020 so Dak could get even more money by showing his excellence on the field and continuing to do well off of it.

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Tardy is the opposite of:

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How many exact pairs are there: 5656/5656, 3458/3468, 5239/5239, 8967/8967, 1432/1432

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A box of candies contains caramel chocolates and chocolates with nuts.  There are 3 times more caramel chocolates as there are chocolates with nuts. If there are 20 chocolates total, how many are there of each type?

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If you have 3 dimes, 5 quarters, and 6 nickels, how much change do you have?

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Mark got a 20% raise for his salary. If this salary was $1,800, what is his new salary?

6 / 25

The square footage of a room is 1400 feet. If the one side is 25 ft long, what is the length of the other side?

7 / 25

To make a dozen cookies Trish needs 1/4 cup of butter. She wants to make 9 dozen cookies. How much butter does she need?

8 / 25

Choose the word that doesn't belong

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A new phone sells for $250 and a used one sells for $75. How many of each are sold if the sales for the day totals $625?

10 / 25

There are how many inches in 17.5 feet?

11 / 25

Select the word that is different from the others

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Sally wants 3 dozen peanut butter cookies, 4 dozen snickerdoodles, and a dozen chocolate chip cookies. How many cookies will Sally have?

13 / 25

What is the mathematical average of the number of weeks in a year, days in a week, and the number of days in January?

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Rearrange the words to make a complete sentence. What word follows vacation? Vacation Mike took to beach the a

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Rearrange the words to form a complete sentence. Is it true or false? a legs has eight spider

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How many of the pairs of names below are exact duplicates?

Walmer, M.C.Walmer, M.C.
Johnson, S.N.Johnson, S.M.
Grayson, E.F.Grayson, E.F.
Elbers, E.L.Elbers, E.L.
Metiva, F.B.Meteva, F.B.

17 / 25

The hours of darkness in May are most similar to which month?

18 / 25

Select the one that is not a type of triangle

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A store buys a pack of gum for 33 cents per pack from their supplier.  How much would 12 packs cost?

20 / 25

How many continents are there?

21 / 25

16 ÷ 2.5 =

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The volume of an object that is 23 ft wide, 10 ft deep, and 8 ft height is:

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Which number comes next in this series?

9933113 2/3

24 / 25

Max makes $3000 a month. He puts 15% in savings each month. After a year how much would he have in savings?

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A candy maker makes two sizes of candies. Using the smaller size, a full jar will contain 120 pieces of candy. Using the larger candies a jar will contain 80 pieces of candy. The candy maker has a strict rule that no jars will contain a mix of small and large candies. If a store has room for 15 jars and they want 1560 total pieces of candy, how many jars will contain smaller candies?

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