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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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Sand is to beach as ____ is to road

2 / 25

Round 704.213 to the nearest tens place.

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The 8th month of the year is:

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

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ROYGBIV stands for:

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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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The bones that make up the spine are:

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A tandem bike means that is has __seats

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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?

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Joseph gets married next month. One year ago from the date he will get married, Joseph was in the Hamptons for the 4th of July. What month is it?

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

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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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What month is five months after March?

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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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Healthy vs sick is

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If it takes 2 minutes to make it through the circuit and Josh is number 32 in line, how long will it be until he is done?

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A girl is 21 years old and her brother is a third her age. When the girl is 36, what will be the age of her brother?

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

Employ   Terminate

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In the number 10,987.36 which digit represents the tenths space?

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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?

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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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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?

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Reduce the fraction 21/49 to its lowest terms.

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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.