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Kenny Pickett Wonderlic Score

One of the top prospects in the 2022 quarterback class, Kenny Pickett had a monstrous senior season at the University of Pittsburgh. His numbers were video game-like, as he put up 42 touchdowns to only 7 interceptions while amassing a QB rating of 165.3.

In the week before the draft, Wonderlic scores were leaked for the top quarterbacks in the class, and Pickett’s was among them. His score, unlike his 2021 stats, came in below average compared to his peers. Based on the information that came out, Kenny Pickett scored a 17 on the Wonderlic test.

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Our quick sample test is a 25-question multiple-choice test to help you prepare for a Wonderlic test. An official Wonderlic test will contain 50 questions, so this can be a helpful tool as you prepare to take an official test. You will have 6 minutes to answer the 25 questions and you will get one point for every correct answer. There is no penalty for an incorrect answer, so as you practice, be aware of the timer so you can answer as many questions as possible to give yourself the best chance for a high score. When you are ready to begin your Wonderlic practice test, click the "Start" button below.

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The bill is for $19.56 and you pay $50.01. How much change should you get?

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

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Pick the state on the west coast

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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?

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The tenth month of the year is:

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-57 + -74 equals:

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MANIPULATE HANDLE the meanings of these words are:

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Martha and Steve have 95 colored pencils. If Martha has 4 times as many as Steve, how many does Steve have?

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a 1/4 of an inch is equal to ___ inches

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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?

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

Sever   Adjoin

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

Aghast   Unsurprised

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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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(15 ÷ 5) x (10 ÷ 2) =

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Ben’s General Store is selling yarn for $.04 a foot. How many feet can you buy for $0.52?

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

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Find 0.2347 ÷ 1

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A tandem bike means that is has __seats

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Which number comes next in this series?

9933113 2/3

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What is the next number in the series: 4, 12, 6, 9, 8, 6,__

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How many duplicates are there: 3998/3998 2901/2902 3548/3548 9723/9723 4953/4593 6387/6381

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Which number is largest?

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

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More on Kenny Pickett’s Wonderlic Score

As mentioned above, Pickett’s Wonderlic score came in below most of the other top-rated QBs in the draft, with Western Kentucky’s Bailey Zappe leading the way.

  • Bailey Zappe (Western Kentucky) – 35
  • Sam Howell (North Carolina) – 34
  • Malik Willis (Liberty) – 32 
  • Carson Strong (Nevada) – 22 
  • Desmond Ridder (Cincinnati) – 19 
  • Matt Corral (Mississippi)– 15

Follow the link to learn more about historic Wonderlic test scores by quarterbacks.

What is the Wonderlic Test?

The Wonderlic Test is a cognitive ability test that measures a person’s basic skills in areas such as mathematics, language, and problem-solving. The test consists of a series of short questions or word problems, each of which is designed to assess a different mental ability. In order to receive an accurate Wonderlic score, the test-taker needs to answer each question correctly in the minimum amount of time allotted for that question.

Though the Wonderlic is primarily used by employers as part of their hiring process, it can also be beneficial for individuals who are seeking to assess their own cognitive abilities and understand any potential limitations or strengths in this area.