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The Wonderlic test is one of the most popular psychometric and behavioral assessment tools used by thousands of corporations, colleges and schools all over the world - It is a tricky screening test and therefore, very effective.

This course will help you increase your Wonderlic test score by up to 10 points, pass both cognitive and behavioral assessment and get you accepted, wherever you are applying to, within 3-4 hours of video-based studying and computer-based practicing. Compared to the average 36% passing rate, our students enjoy an outstanding 84% passing rate.

**✓** Strategy and Time management - The Wonderlic test consists of 50 questions, with only 12 minutes to answer them, so an effective approach to answering questions is essential.

**✓** Recognizing and Avoiding time traps - The Wonderlic test was made to catch test-takers out with disproportionately time-consuming questions, so it is vital that you know how to avoid these.

**✓** Lighting fast tactics - There are 24 question types on the Wonderlic test. This course offers the optimal strategy for answering every one of these questions.

**✓** How to approach the personality assessment - Each company is looking for different traits in candidates. Learn how to effectively showcase these traits to prospective employers.

If you’ve been asked to take the Wonderlic test, you probably don’t have a lot of time between now and sitting the course. Time is short, and you need a quick fix.

Whether you are confident with taking tests or haven’t sat a single examination in years, this course has something to offer.

This Wonderlic Rapid Mastery Course is perfect for:

- Inexperienced test-takers who need to learn the concepts covered in the Wonderlic test from scratch
- Experienced test-takers who wish to sharpen their skills and jog their memory in order to maximise their chances of success.

This course has been meticulously designed, making use of years of expertise in order to put together the most comprehensive and concise Wonderlic preparation course available on the market.

Gain access to everything you need for success on the Wonderlic test, so that you may ace the test and secure that dream career!

The Wonderlic test is administered by a wide variety of employers and schools to screen out unsuitable candidates. Harsh time restrictions and a large number of question types make what might look like a simple intelligence test into a significant challenge. If you’ve been asked to take this test in order to progress in the screening process, you need to get this right. This course is the essential resource for maximising your chance at test success and landing your dream career.

Being asked to take a test you’ve never taken can be pretty daunting. Taking a test you’ve not performed so well on in the past can also be a scary prospect. Our expect in-house psychometric experts understand this, and have produced this course with that in mind. While many test-takers are tripped up on numerous time traps and unfamiliar question types, this guide is focused on helping you get to the right answer in the most time-efficient way possible.

What sets this course apart from the others is a comprehensive approach to teaching the concepts. While other courses on the market focus almost entirely on practice tests with very little actual instructional content, we offer a video guide for all 24 question types on the Wonderlic test and curated practice tests, presented in an accessible and easy-to-understand curriculum so that you can spend less time deciphering the course and more time preparing for the test.

The Wonderlic test is one of the most popular psychometric and behavioral assessment tools used by thousands of corporations, colleges and schools all over the world - It is a tricky screening test and therefore, very effective.

This course will help you increase your Wonderlic test score by up to 10 points, pass both cognitive and behavioral assessment and get you accepted, wherever you are applying to, within 3-4 hours of video-based studying and computer-based practicing. Compared to the average 36% passing rate, our students enjoy an outstanding 84% passing rate.

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- 17 Instructional videos
- 19 Written guides
- 24 Types of questions explained with a unique tactic for each
- 3 Additional full-length timed mode sample tests
- 500 Practice questions with explanations
- Bonus personality and motivation assessment prep module
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Emma and Anna went to the market to buy 25 fruits. Emma got a few apples that cost $2 each, and Anna bought some oranges which cost $3 each. If their combined total is $60, how many oranges did Anna get?

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Over a 4 months period, two students borrowed the following number of books:

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A total of $114,000 will be evenly spent to build 12 Bungalows. If the first 5 bungalows have been completed and paid for, then __?__ is still available for the remaining bungalows.

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Within the first 4 months of the year, Vicky was able to serve the following number of burgers: 370, 330, 460 and 420. The average number of burgers Vicky served per month was __?__.

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Four investors bought a real estate asset together and decided to divide the profits equally. Investor A invested $200,000; investor B invested $500,000; investor C invested $800,000; investor D invested $500,000. If the net profit for the first year was $1,000,000, investor A receives __?__ more than if the profits were divided in proportion to how much they invested.

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The words LENIENT and FORBEARING have __?__ meanings.

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The office floor is 250 ft. X 80 ft. The conference room floor is 50 ft. X 20 ft. , which covers __?__ of the office

CorrectIncorrect - If you haven’t done so already, click over to the “Free Test” tab to take a sample Wonderlic test. The questions are very similar to the ones you’ll encounter on the actual exam. We want you to take this test first before you begin watching the modules so that you can measure your progress. We also want you to take the test first so you’ll better understand what kind of challenges you’ll be facing before we show you how to overcome them.
- We’ll go through our general approach to the test and give you an overall survey of Wonderlic strategies. Many of these you’ll find at the end of this module.
- Once you have a better understanding of the test overall, we’ll focus in on the questions themselves. We’ll spend the majority of the course learning specific tactics and tricks designed for the different kinds of questions you’ll see later.
- Finally, we’ll put these strategies into practice on real sample tests.
- After each sample test, you’ll review all of the test questions including the ones you answered correctly. With our detailed explanations, we’ll help you fill in any gaps in your knowledge.
- Intro to the Wonderlic test
- Course Guidelines
- The Right Approach
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- Learn and exercise the two different tactics for each type. The way to solve each type is different.
- On the 3 choices type, quickly scan each choice and use your fingers to remember the answers.
- On the 2 choices type, find the figure with exclusivity on one of the checkers, then look for the missing checkers on it. This will allow you to find another figure with them all.
- Ignore any small icons in the checkers, it means nothing, and it’s there to distract you.
- Remember the time management strategy. If for any reason, you don't see a clear path to a solution after 10-12 seconds, guess and skip the question to avoid a major time loss. There will be easier questions further on.
- Binary Elimination Tactic for 3 Figures
- Exclusivity and Complementary Choice Tactic for 2 Figures
- Mismatched Checkers Eliminations
- Small Icons Destruction
- Recap
- Practice Questions (Explanations Included)

- Average pivot
- symmetrical number series
- Hidden average pivot
- Looking at distances tactic
- Unsymmetrical number series averages
- Number series with relations
- Weekdays and weekends averages - quick formula
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- Practice questions with explanations

- One data set
- Two data sets
- Quick sketch tactic - proportional relations
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- Practice questions with explanations

- Age calculating problems
- One variable equation problems - quick multipliers formula
- Profit per unit questions
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- Practice questions with explanations

- Rate and ratio - ratio connector
- Approximate numbers
- Distributive Property
- 2 variables equation questions
- Proportion Division of profits
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- Practice questions with explanations

- Most common Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages
- Extrapolating from 10%
- Proximity To Familiar Percentages
- Areas Calculation Questions
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- ABCD format
- Logical common relationship
- Deduction thinking
- Relationship sentences
- Common Types of Analogy Relationships
- Video demonstration - examples on timed mode
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- Time management
- Similar and Contradictory words - Homophones, context association
- Antonyms - Elimination tactic
- Rearranging Sentences - Different versions trap
- Proverbs - Risk Reward management
- Synonyms - The 2 pairs format
- Finding The Exceptional
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- Quick pattern recognition - addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
- Easiest sequential pair
- Pattern confirmation
- Series with fractions - denominator series
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- Practice questions with explanations

- Certainty determination
- Common formations
- Premisses with relations
- keywords that define certainty / uncertainty
- Common distractions
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- Practice questions with explanations

- Months related questions
- Leap year
- Similar weather and sunlight months
- Axis month
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- Video visualization of all options
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- Symmetrical shapes
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- Repetency trap
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- Common destructions
- Time efficient scanning
- Using the mouse cursor
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- Quick pattern decoding
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- Personality Assessment Written Guide
- Personality Assessment Video Guide

- Wonderlic Motivation Potential Assessment Written Guide

- Wonscore Personality Assessment Written Guide

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- Addition, subtraction, multiplication & division
- Whole numbers
- Whole Monetary Units
- Whole units of measure
- Variable expressions & equations

- Proper and improper fractions and mixed numbers
- Fractional monetary units
- Fractional units of measure
- Comparison of fractional magnitudes

- Computation of rates, proportions & percentages

- Evaluation & interpretation of graphs
- Computation of lengths, angles, areas and volumes of figures

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Hi, and welcome to the Rapid Wonderlic Mastery Course. In the following sixteen modules, you’ll learn the test-taking techniques we’ve developed over years of carefully studying the Wonderlic test. These strategies will help you instantly eliminate wrong answers, quickly identify patterns, and effectively manage your time so you can score as high as you possibly can.

In the following module, we’re going to discuss the contents of the test and structure of the course. We’ll explain more about why we created this course, what makes it unique, and how best to study from it. Then, we’ll finish up with some of our best test-taking tips to get you started off on the right foot.

Take your time while going through the modules. There’s a lot of information here for you, and we want to make sure you absorb it all. So, feel free to pause these videos at any point.

Last but not least, we’re really happy to see you here, and we hope you enjoy the course. Best of luck!

The questions on the Wonderlic are deceptively easy. If you took the sample test, you might have been fooled into believing that the test is a cake-walk. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. If time were no factor, then everyone would receive a good grade.

75% of test-takers receive a 27 or lower meaning that out of 50 questions, they’re only able to answer slightly more than half. In fact, only 3-4% of applicants even finish the questions at all. Even for engineers, the average score is only about 30 meaning you can skip 15 questions entirely and still be in the top 5% of test-takers.

The Wonderlic is designed to test your ability to think abstractly and work efficiently under pressure. With a total of 50 questions and only twelve minutes, you’ll have about 14.4 seconds on average to both read and solve each question. That means that every single minute on the test is worth at least four points.

All questions are weighed equally, and the test neither increases in difficulty, nor adapts to right or wrong answers. You won’t earn extra points for answering complex spatial-reasoning questions or multi-step algebraic equations. Plus, your score is not segmented by subject, so your report won’t show your results separately for numerical reasoning and verbal literacy.

Because you’ll need to judiciously skip time-consuming questions, even one wrong answer could make a huge impact on your overall score. After all, on the Wonderlic, *every* point counts. That’s why, when answering the questions, you have to think critically. Succeeding is less about how much you actually know, and far more about your capacity to work efficiently and intelligently.

By following the guidelines that we lay out for you, you’ll be able to easily weave your way through the test skipping and guessing strategically to a higher score. You’ll know how test-takers design the test, and when test-day comes, you’ll be more than prepared.

The Wonderlic is far more difficult than it seems. We found that too many hardworking, talented individuals were turned away from jobs they were otherwise qualified for just because their test scores were simply too low.

While the Wonderlic can be useful as a metric, many highly competent individuals fail the test just because they’re not familiar with the structure.

We created this course for busy people like you who need to prepare for the test as quickly as possible. Maybe you’ve been out of school for a few years, or maybe you’re just nervous—and rightly so. In any case, we wanted to give promising candidates the tools they needed to grapple with this particularly tricky psychometric test.

While the Wonderlic *is* difficult, anyone can succeed if they’re armed with a proven test-taking strategy and well-thought-out tactics for the Wonderlic’s 24 different kinds of questions. We feel that no one should be turned away from their dream job or school just because they didn't know what to expect from a standardized test.

This is one of the only online courses devoted solely to the Wonderlic test. Far more than a cursory review, our preparation modules are laser-focused on the skills you need to succeed. Free of fluff, extraneous tips, and general nonsense, our resources are not only incredibly comprehensive, but also extremely practical.

Our goal in this course is not to teach you basic mathematics. You can find numerical reasoning help anywhere. Chances are though, you probably already know everything you’ll need for the test. As we mentioned before, the questions on the test are not all that difficult.

In this course, we explain exactly how to approach every one of the 24 different question types within the given time limit. Our step-by-step video tutorials show you the shortcuts you should be using at every turn.

With only a few days notice, you won’t have a lot of time to prepare before the test. We know your time is limited, so we didn’t want you to have to spend hours reviewing irrelevant formulas. That’s why we created a compact course with only the essential information you’ll need to know.

Last but not least, written by our psychometric professionals, the videos and questions you find in this course are representative of the real test. Not only do our experts take the Wonderlic on a regular basis, but we also elicit feedback from former students so we know our material is highly accurate and always current.

On average, our students improve their score by 10 points using our techniques and practice questions. Designed with the busy professional in mind, our course will help you get to the heart of each concept as quickly as possible.

Go through the course curriculum as it was designed starting with the diagnostic test and ending with the practice tests. Make sure that you watch each video at least twice. While it may seem unnecessary at times, we want to make sure that you fully absorb the material so you can implement it later on. Trust us on this one. Repetition is the key to mastery. If you want to reprogram your brain to rapidly speed through tricky questions, you’ll need to give it time to adjust.

As you go through the Wonderlic test, make sure you’re only answering questions you absolutely know you can solve within 15 seconds or less. If for *any *reason you can’t find a clear path to the solution after ten seconds or so, eliminate any obviously wrong answer and make your best guess.

Don’t insist on solving these questions for any reason even if you feel as if you’re almost there. Too many bright individuals make this mistake and waste precious moments trying to prove they’re competent. In the extra 30 seconds you spend solving 3-4 difficult questions, you could easily earn 4-5 easy points. Plus, your attention will wander and your confidence will drop while you’re struggling with a problem you didn’t even need to solve in the first place.

Remember, you can completely ignore 20 questions and still receive an above average grade, so don’t hesitate to skip difficult problems. In fact, statistically, by guessing on 15 questions can actually raise your score 3-4 points.

Never leave an answer blank. The Wonderlic does not deduct points for incorrect answers, so make sure to fill in an answer for every single question. If you leave a question blank, there’s no chance you’ll earn any points, but you have a 20% chance of answering correctly just by guessing at random. Plus, with each answer you eliminate, you can raise your score by 20%, drastically increasing your chance of earning an extra point. While you’re welcome to mark the number of difficult questions on your piece of scrap paper, in all likelihood, you won’t have time to return to them. ‘

Use your scrap paper wisely. You’re allowed one sheet of scrap paper on the Wonderlic to use as you’d like. While you will need to use the scrap paper here and there to solve various algebraic equations, you should really try to avoid using the scrap paper whenever possible. During the course, we will actually show you exactly which three question types require the use of scrap paper.

Don’t look at the clock too frequently. The clock is there to help you track your time, but if you glance up too frequently, you’ll lose your concentration. Focus on the question at hand at use the clock to help you determine whether or not to skip a question. However, make sure that you look back up at the clock again during the last minute of the test to make sure you can fill in any unanswered questions before time runs out.

The Wonderlic is designed to test your ability to think critically and creatively under pressure, but most people struggle because they’re just not prepared. With only 12 minutes to answer 50 questions, you’re going to have to be very judicious with your use of time. Even if you know how to solve a difficult, multi-step question, you should skip it and make an educated guess. Since all questions are weighted equally, you’re better off strategically skipping around to collect easy points.

Now go on to the next module to start studying the Wonderlic question types in detail.

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There are two types of these questions. On the first type, you are requested to choose three (3) figures that are needed to create the given figure on the left. Remember that only pieces of the same color may overlap.### Here is an example of the first type (3 choices needed).

#### Which THREE choices are needed to create the figure on the left? Only pieces of the same color may overlap.

On the second type, you are requested to choose two (2) figures that are needed to create the given figure on the left, and again, pieces of the same color may overlap.### Here is an example of the second type (2 choices needed).

#### Which TWO choices are needed to create the figure on the left? Only pieces of the same color may overlap.

Most likely, you will have two of these questions on the Wonderlic test, one of each type. Many test takers tend to find themselves going back and forth from the given figure to the 5 choices with 45 checkers, getting their eyes irritated, becoming confused with remembering which figures are already eliminated and which ones are needed, double-checking every step, and so on. The worst scenario which you should avoid is spending 40-50 seconds on one of these questions before eventually giving up and making a guess. This is without mentioning the impact it may have on your emotional state and self-confidence further on the test. The good news is that in this module, we will demonstrate two simple tactics for each type of question that make it a lot easier. By exercising these tactics on the questions in this module and on the demo tests in this course, you can significantly improve your performance.### The tactic for questions with 3 choices needed is simple:

First, start with the left and go over all the choices, one by one: Quickly scan each figure and eliminate it if it contains at least one mismatched checker with a different color or skip to the next figure if it has all the checkers matching the original figure. It's important not to forget your eliminations as there are 5 choices with 9 checkers each that can make it confusing. This happens to many test takers and you want to avoid that. Instead of using a scrap paper and wasting time, use your hand and 5 fingers as follows. Choose the hand you feel comfortable with, and start with an open hand with all fingers spread. **Each finger represents one choice at the same order, from left to right** For a figure that passed the compatibility test, with all checkers matching the original, the finger will remain spread as is. Keep it spread until you solve the question. For a figure that needs to be eliminated with at least one mismatch, the finger will be folded. Keep it folded until you solve the question.#### Let’s see how it works on our example:

**Choice A is ok, all checkers match the original. The A finger, the thumb, in this case, stay spread as is.** **Choice B is also OK, finger B stays spread.** **On Choice C we have a mismatch.** The grey checker in the given figure and the blue checker in choice C do not match, **Therefore, finger C will be folded.** On Choice D we also have a mismatch; therefore, finger D will be folded as well. **Choice E is ok; therefore finger E will stay spread.** So we are left with three choices. As a rule of thumb, we could stop scanning the figures as soon as we already eliminated 2 figures, which leaves us with three choices out of five. #### The answer is A, B, and E.

On some rare occasions, you may deal with four choices left after eliminating only one. In that case, you will have to identify which figure is unnecessary, with all checkers available in the other four figures.### The second type of question is with 2 choices needed:

#### Which TWO choices are needed to create the figure on the left? Only pieces of the same color may overlap.

First, you probably noticed the small icons in the checkers. The test writers often use small random icons inside the colored-square pieces. **Just like these two other examples:** On all Wonderlic questions of this type, it means nothing, and it’s meant to distract you. These small icons will remain the same on each color so you can ignore it so you should focus only to the colors of the checkers In this type of question where two choices are needed, you probably will not find a mismatch at all. On all of the questions we have seen so far for this type, all the checkers were matched to the original figure. Therefore, you should not use the same tactic as on the first type. **That checker will be found only on that particular figure.**#### Try to see which one it is in this example:

Usually, the test writers will make it stand out like in this case . You should be able to notice it quickly. **This figure D is necessary since it is the only one with that checker.** Once you've found this figure, look at which checkers are still missing. The next figure must have all of these checkers. **These are the missing checkers, the red, blue, and grey.** Now look for a choice with all of these missing checkers. **Figure B has them all.** #### So the answer is figure D and figure B.

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In these questions, there is always one choice with exclusivity on one of the checkers.