Russell Wilson’s Wonderlic Test Score

Russell Wilson was drafted in the 2012 NFL draft and was selected in the third round as the 75th overall pick. There was plenty of great talent that year in the quarterback position, most notably Andrew Luck being drafted 1st and Robert Griffin III right behind him at 2nd. Other notable QBs that went ahead of Russell Wilson in that draft include Ryan Tannehill as the 8th pick, Brandon Weeden at 22, and finally Brock Osweiler at 57. That’s five quarterbacks that were selected before Russell Wilso...
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Aaron Rodgers’ Wonderlic Test Score

When Aaron Rodgers was drafted in 2005 absolutely no one expected that he would have the kind of career he’s had to this date. Aaron Rodgers will likely go down as the greatest quarterback in Packers history (sorry Brett Favre) and as one of the most talented quarterbacks in NFL history. He has consistently led the Packers to NFC North titles year after year and brought the Packers a Super Bowl title in 2011. So what was it that NFL GMs and scouts overlooked? Was there something about Aaron R...
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Cam Newton’s Wonderlic Test Score

There’s no doubt that Cam Newton was the most talked about and sought after quarterback during the 2011 NFL draft. After excelling at Auburn and winning the Heisman trophy ahead of Andrew Luck, there was little doubt that Carolina was going to select him as the number 1 pick in the NFL draft – which they did. Still there were a number of questions regarding his future performance and whether or not he would make it in the NFL or be added to the list of great college quarterbacks that couldn’t...
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How does the Wonderlic Test Correspond to the IQ Test?

The Wonderlic Personnel Test (WPT) not only measures intelligence. It is a measure of verbal, numerical and spatial abilities and the ability think quickly and effectively. The WPT is used globally to screen job candidates in a short period of time and is frequently described as a quick IQ test. While many people want to know their Wonderlic score based on their IQ score and vice versa, unfortunately there is no simple way to convert the Wonderlic score to a comparable IQ number as the structure...
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Most Disappointing Wonderlic Scores

Morris Claiborne The lowest score recorded on the Wonderlic might surprise you. Morris Claiborne, the All-American from Louisiana State University, scored a four out of fifty on the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test. Many NFL scouts considered Claiborne to be the most talented defender in the 2012 NFL draft. Claiborne was ultimately picked up by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2012 NFL Draft and has since gone on to be one of the league's dominant cornerbacks. Morris Claiborne's score of four ou...
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What To Expect From A Practice Wonderlic Test

The Wonderlic Personnel Test (also referred to as the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test) was created in 1936 by E.F. Wonderlic, who was at the time a graduate student at Northwestern University. The test was originally designed to test the overall aptitude of employees for certain jobs or tasks. The test is sometimes called a "quick IQ test" because of the short 12-minute time limit placed on the test. While it is not the same as an IQ test, it does focus on determining overall cognitive abilitie...
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