Carson Wentz Wonderlic Score

Carson Wentz
Carson Wentz had a pretty good showing at the NFL Scouting Combine and news of his Wonderlic test score has been released. It has been reported that Carson Wentz has scored a 40 on the Wonderlic test. So what does that really mean? Not a whole lot. For reference, the Wonderlic test is a 50 question test that is similar to an IQ test. Test takers only have 12 minutes to complete the test and each question answered correctly counts as 1 point. So Carson Wentz got a 40/50. Can You Beat a 40? Take a Sample Wonderlic Test and Find Out: (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ...
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