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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.

1 / 25

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

2 / 25

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

3 / 25

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

Employ   Terminate

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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?

6 / 25

Which of these numbers is the smallest?

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Which number is largest?

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Cheesecake is to dessert as _____ is to fruit

9 / 25

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

Enhance   Entrance

10 / 25

Select the word that is similar to gross

11 / 25

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

Fault   Break

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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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Dog is to veterinarian as ___ is to dentist

14 / 25

Which word does not belong?

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

Legend   Key

16 / 25

The declaration of Independence was signed in:

17 / 25

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?

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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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There are 40 grams of sugar in a 12 oz can of Dr Pepper. If your max intake of sugar permitted for the day is 25 grams, how much of the Dr. Pepper can you drink?

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

Aghast   Unsurprised

21 / 25

A tandem bike means that is has __seats

22 / 25

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

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

Infallible   Impeccable

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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?

25 / 25

Select the one that is not a type of triangle

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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.