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50 Question Wonderlic Practice Test

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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?

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TERMINATE is the opposite of

3 / 50

There are how many inches in 17.5 feet?

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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.

5 / 50

Find 0.2347 ÷ 1

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From the list below, select all of the words that could properly complete this sentence:  The car ___________ over the road.

7 / 50

How many sides does a septagon have?

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

9 / 50

Cheesecake is to dessert as _____ is to fruit

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

Familiar   Gallant

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A copy machine repairman makes $12.50 per hour plus $4 for every service call he performs. Last week he worked 34 hours and made 6 service calls. How much money did he make?

12 / 50

How much square footage is there in a room that is 13 x 18 ft?

13 / 50

A race car travels 100 feet in .5 seconds. At this rate of speed, how many feet will the race car travel in a minute?

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What number comes next in the series? 31, 1031, 402, 16, ____

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Rearrange the words to form a complete sentence. Is it true or false? 5 Pentagon A has sides

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

17 / 50

A turkey was cooked at 400° F in the oven for 3 hours. The internal temperature rose from 30° F to 156° F. What was the average rise in temperature per hour?

18 / 50

Pick the state on the west coast

19 / 50

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

20 / 50

MONSOON AGATE. These words are:

21 / 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?

22 / 50

What number best completes the analogy; 144:12 1369:

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

Infallible   Impeccable

24 / 50

If sales tax is 6% and you buy a shirt for $25 how much do you owe?

25 / 50

A marathon is 26.2 miles. If Sally ran a marathon in 3 hours and 3 minutes, what was her approximate pace?

26 / 50

The 12th letter of the alphabet is:

27 / 50

Select the word that is similar to gross

28 / 50

The 6th month of the year is

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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

30 / 50

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?

31 / 50

If cookies sell for $1 and oranges for 75 cents, how many of each were sold for a total of $8.25?

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A road construction crew is resurfacing the highway between point D and point E. The distance between point D and point E is 93 miles of road. The crew has completed 35 miles. If they work at a pace of 2.9 miles per day, how many more days will it take to finish?

33 / 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?

34 / 50

The bill is $14.23 and you pay with a $20. How much should you get back in change?

35 / 50

If the first two statements are true, is the last statement true as well? Orange butterflies head to the south for the winter. Derek is a butterfly. Derek will head south for the winter.

36 / 50

Round 704.213 to the nearest tens place.

37 / 50

A lawyer owns 4 pairs of pants, 5 dress shirts and 6 ties. How many days can the lawyer go without wearing the same combination of three items?

38 / 50

You and 3 friends went out for dinner. The bill is $85.36. How much does each person owe?

39 / 50

Mary got a raise of 2% on her salary. If her original salary was $160,000, how much is it after the raise is implemented?

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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.

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16 ÷ 2.5 =

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

Fault   Break

43 / 50

When folded into a cube, which of the following corners would be touching each other?

44 / 50

Select the word that is different from the others

45 / 50

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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On Tuesday and Wednesday, cab fare cost $7.75 total. On Monday and Thursday, cab fare cost $6.30 on each day. On Friday, cab fare cost $7.00. What was the average daily cost?

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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?

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Over the course of two weeks, Al spent $105.00 on lunch. What was the average cost per day?

49 / 50

Select the word that doesn't belong

50 / 50

A store owner bought some flower pots for $1,200. The flower pots were sold for $2,700, with a profit of $30 per pot. How many flower pots did she sell?

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