Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

The Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam (SLE) is a cognitive ability test that is often given by academic institutions when they are making enrollment decisions. The Wonderlic SLE is a student assessment exam that is used by many different types of educational institutions and career colleges around the world. The SLE is popular for a number of reasons, but one of the most compelling of reasons is because there is a strong relationship between SLE scores and a student’s future GPA.

Take a Wonderlic SLE Practice Test

This is a 50-question sample Wonderlic® Quiz which provides questions similar to that of the real test.  You will have 12 minutes (720 seconds) to answer 50 questions.  You score 1 point for each correct answer.  Your time will start as soon as the next page loads.  Good luck!

The Wonderlic SLE A cognitive ability tests is not necessarily a measurement of intelligence – it is simply designed to gauge a person’s ability to solve problems using the information provided, and to learn quickly and follow instructions. There are three versions of the Wonderlic SLE test.

Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam-Pretest

This is a shortened version of the traditional Wonderlic test, containing only 30 questions that must be finished within 8 minutes. The test is often given at an early stage to applicants and is given online. This can give applicants the ability to complete the exam within the comfort of their own home. For that reason, it is not a proctored exam, meaning there is no testing supervisor needed for the applicant to take the exam.

Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam

This test is most similar in structure to the traditional Wonderlic test. Test takers are given 12 minutes to complete 50 questions. The test can be given on a computer or on paper. There test is proctored, meaning there must be a testing administrator present for the test to be considered valid.

Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam – Distance Learner

This test is very similar to the Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam-Pretest except instead of 8 minutes to answer 30 questions, test takers are given 12 minutes. The other big difference is that this is a proctored test, meaning a testing administrator must be present. The Distance Learner test, like the Pretest, is typically given using a computer.

How is the Wonderlic SLE Different From the Wonderlic test?

It should be noted that there is no standard Wonderlic test or official go-to Wonderlic test. Traditionally, Wonderlic tests were used by employers and given to job applicants to assess whether or not they would be a good fit for the job that they were applying for. Recently questions from the test has been used by academic institutions such as colleges and career training institutions, which has led to a separately designed test by the Wonderlic organization. Questions found on the Wonderlic SLE are similar in style and structure to what one would find on most Wonderlic tests. The difficulty and range of questions may vary based on the type of Wonderlic SLE test given.

How Can I Practice?

While you can’t prepare for the exact questions that you will see on the SLE, you can prepare by finding sample questions and taking Wonderlic SLE practice tests that reflect the types of questions you will see on the test. With all of the Wonderlic tests, one of the biggest enemies you will face is the clock. Test takers who do poorly on the Wonderlic often complain about the limited time they were given to complete the test. We have tests of different lengths to give you the ability to get used to the types of questions you will expect to see on the Wonderlic SLE. Take the 50 question test above or choose from our following sample tests: