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First and foremost, this site is not associated in any way with Wonderlic test and our sample quizzes are merely designed to offer a similar experience and test scenario. The scores you receive on our practice tests may not accurately reflect the score you’ll get on the real test. That said, we do feel this is good practice for the Wonderlic Test whether you’re taking it for job preparation, school, or just to compare your Wonderlic score to those of NFL players who take the test at the NFL combine to test their quick thinking and football IQ before each year’s draft.
We know a lot of people are curious about the Wonderlic, so here are some answers to frequently asked questions we receive in our inbox.
The Wonderlic test is an intelligence test administered in many industries including the National Football League as a quick measure of the player’s ability to quickly process information and solve problems. The test contains 50 questions to be completed in 12 minutes. Each correct answer is worth one point.
The Wonderlic test score is calculated very simply. For each of the 50 questions answered correctly within the allotted 12 minutes, the test taker receives one point. So, if 26 questions are answered correctly, the test taker would receive a score of 26 out of 50.
20 correct answers out of 50 in the allotted time of 12 minutes is the average score for the Wonerlic test. While “good” is a subjective term, to be above average one would have to score a 21 or greater on the test. The test is often known for its affiliation with the NFL, where players often take the test before the annual draft. While the average score of NFL players varies by position, the overall average is also 20.
The Wonderlic test contains 50 questions to be completed in 12 minutes. Any questions that are not completed in the allotted time are counted as incorrect.
So, feel free to read our articles to learn more about the Wonderlic, how it’s used, or just take some free online Wonderlic-like sample tests.