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Sample Wonderlic Exam From NFL Combine

You have 5 minutes to complete the 20 question Sample.

 

1.) Lemonade sells for 17 cents per cup.  What will 6 cups cost?

 

2.) What comes next in the following sequence:

29     28     26     23     19     ?

 

3.) RESENT, RECENT – Do these words:

a)      have similar meanings

b)      have contradictory meanings

c)      mean neither the same nor opposite

 

4.) The seventh month of the year is:

a)      July

b)      August

c)      October

d)     September

e)      May

 

5.) Which of the figures in the following drawing is most different from the others?

 

6.)  A car travels 60 yards in ¼ of a second.  At this speed, how many yards will the car travel in 5 seconds?

 

7.) “The boy plays basketball.  All basketball players wear shoes.  The boy wears shoes.”  Assume the first two statements are true.  The final statement is:

a)      True

b)      False

c)      Not Certain

 

8.)  A girl is 14 years old and her brother is twice as old.  When the girl is 21 years old, how old will her brother be?

 

9.) Which letter is missing from the group below?

 

10.)   How many of the five pairs of items listed below are exact duplicates?

 

11.)  The hours of daylight and darkness in October are nearest equal to the hours of daylight and darkness in:

a)      June

b)      March

c)      May

d)     February

e)      April

 

12.)  “Chris said hello to Steve.  Steve said hello to Laura.  Chris did not say hello to Laura.”  Assume the first two statements are true.  The final statement is:

a)      True

b)      False

c)      Not Certain

 

13.)  Three investors form a partnership and agree to divide profits equally.  Investor X invests $6,000, Investor Y invests $3,500, Investor Z invests $2,500.  If the profits are $4,500, how much less does Investor X receive than if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount invested?

 

14.)  If thread sells for $.10 per foot, how many feet of thread can you buy with $1.30?

 

15.)  Which of the following numbers represents the smallest amount?

a)      14

b)      7

c)      .33

d)     31

e)      9

 

16.)  In printing an article of 48,000 words, a printer decides to use two sizes of type. Using the larger type, a printed page contains 1,800 words. Using smaller type, a page contains 2,400 words. The article is allotted 21 full pages in a magazine. How many pages must be in smaller type?

 

17.) PRINCIPAL, PRINCIPLE – Do these words:

a)      have similar meanings

b)      have contradictory meanings

c)      mean neither the same nor opposite

 

18.) In a typical city in the Southern Hemisphere, which of the following months sees the most snowfall?

a)      January

b)      February

c)      November

d)     July

e)      December

 

19.)  What number comes next in the following sequence?

256      64        16        4          1          ¼         ?

 

20.)  Which of the following numbers is least like the others?

 

ANSWERS BELOW

 * Wonderlic is a trademark of Wonderlic, INC.  All sample questions are unofficial.

 

 

 

 

 

Answer Key:

  1. $1.02
  2. 14
  3. C
  4. A
  5. D
  6. 1200 yards
  7. A
  8. 35 years old
  9. F
  10. 1
  11. February
  12. C
  13. $750 less
  14. 13 feet
  15. C
  16. 17 pages
  17. C
  18. D
  19. 1/16
  20. 18 (it is even)

 

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