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25 Question Quick Wonderlic Practice Test

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Quick Practice Test

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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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?

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

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16 ÷ 2.5 =

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A biker travels 5 feet in 0.5 seconds. At this exact speed, how far will the biker travel in a minute?

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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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If the first two statements are true, is the last statement true as well? When it rains Julie wears a yellow coat. Julie has on a yellow coat. It is raining.

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Which word does not belong?

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When folded into a cube, which of the following corners would touch corner "A?"

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There are 12 more toy cars than toy trucks in a toy box with a total of 38 toy cars and trucks. How many toy trucks are in the toy box?

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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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Reduce the fraction 21/49 to its lowest terms.

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Which of the following is not a whole number followed by its square?

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The 6th month of the year is

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There are how many inches in 17.5 feet?

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Pick the state on the west coast

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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?

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

Infallible   Impeccable

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Dog is to veterinarian as ___ is to dentist

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Frankie wants a tattoo that will take 5 hours to complete. If the artist charges $85 a hour for the first three hours and half price for every hour after, how much will it cost?

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

Optional   Observational

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Massive is similar to:

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

LevelEqual

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

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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

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Why a 25-Question Test?

This sample test is designed to provide test takers with a similar experience to an official Wonderlic Test. The actual test is 50 questions to be completed in 12 minutes. This 25 question test is scaled down so that the same amount of time is available per question as there is on the actual test.

What is a Wonderlic test? It is a cognitive ability test devised to help gauge the test taker’s cognitive abilities. Most famous for its use by the NFL, the Wonderlic is often used by employers and universities to find the most qualified candidates based on their ability to learn, adapt and solve problems. The most known test is the Cognitive Ability test, which this test is designed to mimic. However, Wonderlic has now developed a number of other tests designed to gauge other elements such as motivation and personality traits.

Follow the link to learn more about the history of Wonderlic testing.