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Our free Wonderlic practice test simulates the real test so you will know exactly how the real test works.
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Student 2: 18, 20, 15, 12
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Why you need to take a Wonderlic practice test before the real exam
Nobody likes stepping blindly into the unknown. Before you take any big step in life it is good to have an idea of where you are headed and what to expect. The more grounded and realistic your expectations are, the more apt you are likely to be at handling the situation and the better you will probably perform.
Applying for a new job is one of life’s big steps. And, the Wonderlic test is often a part of the job application process. So, in all likelihood, you don’t want to step into the setting of the Wonderlic test with your eyes closed - unaware of what to expect. The best way to learn what to expect is through preparation and practice.
That’s where our Wonderlic practice test comes into action. You can think of our Wonderlic practice test like a dress rehearsal for a play. In essence, it provides you with an opportunity to perform without the presence of an audience. It will give you an idea of what areas you feel most confident about and what makes you nervous or doubtful before the audience and critics arrive.
Want to add some extra points onto your score? Check out our free Wonderlic test tips or enroll in our Rapid Wonderlic Mastery course for video instruction, a downloadable Wonderlic study guide PDF, advanced test-taking strategy and five additional full-length practice tests with questions, answers, and explanations.
About our Wonderlic practice test
On this page, we have developed a Wonderlic practice test to help you determine your current level of performance. Our sample test is designed to help you in the following ways:
- Gain an understanding of how well you are doing on each question-type and discover your test benchmark
- Our practice test is not timed so you can get an idea of how well you know the Wonderlic test material without the time pressure of the real test
- We have developed a test with 1 or 2 examples of each question type so you get a taste of what you will be presented with on the real exam
- You can figure out where your areas of strengths and weaknesses are concerning the Wonderlic test questions
The design of our practice test
The Wonderlic exam is a cognitive ability test, commonly used by various colleges and employers to determine the level of intelligence of an applicant. It is also an aptitude test that measures your skill level.
There are several types of Wonderlic tests, however, the most readily used one has a total of 50 test questions. Test-takers are given just 12 minutes to answer as many questions as they can. Generally, the questions belong to four categories:
- verbal reasoning
- general facts and rapid recognition
- word-based math questions.
We have designed our Wonderlic practice test to provide you with just a taste of the real Wonderlic exam. To create our practice test we collected the hardest question types with video explanations, so you can get the taste of what will be on the real test. Our practice test contains just 1 or 2 of each question type that will appear on the real Wonderlic exam, to give you an idea of where your strengths and weaknesses lie.
Also, our Wonderlic practice test is not timed. We have done this so you can get a good indication of how well you know the test material in an unpressurized setting. In essence, our Wonderlic practice test is a diagnostic test that will provide you with an understanding of your current test level.
General Wonderlic Requirements
The Wonderlic test can be used by any college applicant, entry-level position, or any other role where the employer or recruiter considers it necessary.
The hiring company or organization will determine the specific requirements, including who needs to take the test, at which point in the recruitment process the test needs to be taken, and which Wonderlic test type should be completed.
What is a good score on the Wonderlic test?
Your Wonderlic test score will be calculated according to the number of questions you answer correctly, within the given time-frame. A good sore will vary from employer to employer. Each college admission panel will also have its score requirements.
Nevertheless, the Wonderlic company notes that the average test-takers score is 21. Certain jobs like working in a warehouse may only demand 15, while some jobs like data analysis could need a score of around 30.
Your potential employer will obtain your score report and a label, according to the benchmark set for the job. For example, if the benchmark is set at 30, a score of 32 would be labeled ‘pursue’. A lower score could be labeled ‘cautionary’, while a much poorer score would typically be labeled ‘not recommended’.
If you do not do well in the Wonderlic you will likely be given a ‘not recommended’ label and will not be able to move on to the next stage of the recruitment process.
Types of Wonderlic tests
There are different types of Wonderlic Tests. Here we will review, in brief, the most common versions of the Wonderlic.
The Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test
Also known as the Wonderlic Personnel Test, this Wonderlic exam is typically used during a company's recruitment process to assess the cognitive abilities of a candidate. This type of Wonderlic test is based on the standardized IQ test and features 50 questions and a time limit of 12 minutes. .
The topics included in this test revolve around reading comprehension, vocabulary, basic arithmetic, and word problems, general knowledge, and formal logic questions. The United States Armed Forces and the NFL use this version of the Wonderlic during their hiring process.
The Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam (SLE)
The SLE is used by various universities and colleges as a type of standardized entrance exam. Test-takers are given 50 multiple choice questions and a time limit of 12 minutes. The exam assessed a candidate’s reading comprehension, formal logic skills, numerical reasoning ability, and data interpretation skills.
There is a shortened version of this test called the Wonderlic SLE Quicktest. In this version, there are 30 questions and an 8 minutes time limit. This test can be completed online.
The Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (WBST)
The WBST is like the cognitive test, however, it is more centered around measuring the ability of the candidate to perform in a workplace or office setting. The exam has two-parts, 90 questions, and a time limit of 40 minutes.
The first section is a 50-question multiple-choice test, the test measures reading comprehension and grammar. The second section features mathematics skills and numerical reasoning questions.
The Wonderlic Perceptual Ability Test
This test was first called the Hay Aptitude Test battery. This Wonderlic test type tends to be used by companies for entry-level accounting, data entry, bookkeeping, and teller jobs.
Currently, there are three types of Perceptual Ability Tests:
- The four-minute number series completion test
- The four-minute number perception test
- The four-minute name finding test
Sometimes the Perceptual Ability test is used together with the WBST or cognitive ability test.
3-Steps to Wonderlic Test Success
Here are some steps to point you in the right direction. These steps will help you get the most out of our Wonderlic practice test.
Step #1. Take our practice (diagnostic) Wonderlic test at the top of this page
We have created a practice (diagnostic) test to measure your initial test level. Our diagnostic assessment will give you a chance to:
- Isolate your areas of strength and weakness
- Train on questions you are struggling with
- Keep track of your progress and measure your development
Step #2. Learn Wonderlic actionable strategies and sneaky problem-solving methodologies
There are very specific ways you should tackle your Wonderlic test. Learning strategies will help you optimize your score. It is just like learning the rules of a sporting game - you need to know the rules well if you are going to outsmart your competition. Our prep course will teach you actionable Wonderlic strategies and sneaky problem-solving methodologies to help you answer questions quickly and accurately.
For a limited time, we are giving you the change to try the first two modules of our Wonderlic test prep course for FREE. We are so sure you will love our course that we would like you to experience our course material, for absolutely no cost at all.
Step #3. Complete sample practice tests that resemble the real Wonderlic exam with detailed answer explanations
After you have gone over the types of questions that will feature in the test, and have familiarized yourself with Wonderlic strategies and tricks, you will need to focus on practicing on full-length mock practice tests. The more practice you get the better.
Practice will help you build up confidence and the know-how you need to ace your Wonderlic test. Our full-length timed practice tests, with detailed answer explanations, give you an idea of what it feels like to take the test in a pressurized setting - when the clock is ticking. Developing a sense of how long you have to complete the test, and establishing a good pace, is an essential part of increasing your score.