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50 Question Wonderlic Practice Test

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1 / 50

Are the following two words similar, contradictory, or not related?

Sever   Adjoin

2 / 50

A football field is 100 yards and also includes two endzones that are 10 yards long each. How many feet long is a football field including the endzones?

3 / 50

When folded into a solid shape, the corner "A" touches which other corner?

4 / 50

Healthy vs sick is

5 / 50

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

6 / 50

You want to leave a 15% tip on a $33 meal. What is the total cost for the night?

7 / 50

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.

8 / 50

If the first two statements are true, the third statement is true? false? not certain? #1: A man works at Bob's Pool Store. #2: All the employees at the pool store wear blue shirts. #3: The man wears blue shirts.

9 / 50

If the first two statements are true, is the last statement true as well? Marcia only drinks sweet tea in the summer. Marcia has a sweet tea with her dinner. It is summer.

10 / 50

Mike is 11 years old. Jim is twice as old as Mike. When Jim is 50 years old, how old will Mike be?

11 / 50

Are the following two words similar, contradictory, or not related?

Familiar   Gallant

12 / 50

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

13 / 50

A basketball team has eight boys and four girls on the roster. The boys average 12 points each. The team averages 136 points as a whole. How many points does each girl average?

14 / 50

Pick the state on the west coast

15 / 50

Instructions for a blanket call for 36 yards of yarn. A skein of yarn has 6 feet in in. How many skeins of yarn do you need?

16 / 50

What is the average of: 14, 17, 22, 27?

17 / 50

The tenth month of the year is:

18 / 50

REFUTED, IRREFUTABLE – Do these words:

19 / 50

Find 0.2347 ÷ 1

20 / 50

The bones that make up the spine are:

21 / 50

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

22 / 50

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

23 / 50

Are the following two words similar, contradictory, or not related?

Aghast   Unsurprised

24 / 50

If the first two statements are true, is the last statement true as well? Dogs like sticks. Marvin has a stick. Marvin is a dog.

25 / 50

42 x 0 x 6 =

26 / 50

Cheesecake is to dessert as _____ is to fruit

27 / 50

From the list below, select all of the quadruped mammals that might be found as a pet in a typical American family home.

28 / 50

There are 4 times as many used cars in the car dealership lot as there as new cars. There are 120 cars total in the dealership lot. How many new cars are in the car dealership lot?

29 / 50

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?

30 / 50

An oven can cook 3 thin crust pizzas in an hour or 1 deep dish pizza in a hour. If you have one oven, how much time do you need to make 12 thin crust pizzas and 4 deep dish pizzas?

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What month is five months after March?

32 / 50

Which number is largest?

33 / 50

ROYGBIV stands for:

34 / 50

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?

35 / 50

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

36 / 50

Are the following two words similar, contradictory, or not related?

Beat   Pound

37 / 50

How many of the six pairs of items listed below are exact duplicates?

5581   5518
86887   86887
14443   14443
56789   56798
44332   4432
108526   180526

38 / 50

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

39 / 50

Select the word that doesn't belong

40 / 50

If rent is $1238 a month how much will you owe for 6 months?

41 / 50

Arrange the following words so that they form a complete sentence.  rectangle has a sides five  Is that sentence true or false?  

42 / 50

Select the word that does not belong

43 / 50

The declaration of Independence was signed in:

44 / 50

Cow is to milk as orange is to:

45 / 50

In a leap year, how many days does February have?

46 / 50

Louis makes $4638.34 a month. If $345.12 is taken out in taxes, what percentage has been removed?

47 / 50

What is the next number in the sequence? 3, 7, 15, 31, 63

48 / 50

Which of these numbers is the smallest?

49 / 50

Select the word that is similar to gross

50 / 50

What is 456.219456 rounded to the nearest hundredths place?

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