Wonderlic Practice Test 35 Questions Answers

Wonderlic Practice Test 35 Questions Answers: There are a total of 35 sample questions in the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test.

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A bag contains blue, white, and red marbles. The number of white marbles is 2 more than the number of blue marbles, and the number of red marbles is 4 times the number of white marbles. Which of the following could be the total number of marbles in the bag?

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There are 1200 elephants in a herd. Some have pink and green stripes, some are all pink and some are all blue. One third are pure pink. Is it true that 400 elephants are definitely blue?

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A group of old ladies meet for an afternoon tea party. They bring all their cats. In all there are 22 heads and 72 feet. This means that there are: 7 old ladies and 15 cats in the room.

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An auto plant in Michigan—currently under construction—is predicted to manufacture approximately 5 million cars in 2025. This number represents a 25% increase from the previous year. Which of the following best describes the number of cars manufactured in 2024?

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Which of these is the odd one out?

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What is the answer?

25 - 13 - (-47) + (-11)

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Pear is to apple as potato is to?

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The number of bears in a national park has tripled during every 3-year period since the beginning of 2000. If there were 8,100 bears in the park at the beginning of 2009, how many bears were in the same park at the beginning of 2000?

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87 kg of potatoes are distributed in two boxes. One box weighs 11 kg less than the other one. How many kilos does the lighter box contain?

Enter the value in the given box.

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"A fish has a head 9" long. The tail is equal to the size of the head plus onehalf the size of the body. The body is the size of the head plus the tail." How long is the fish?

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What is the answer to the equation?

7 × 9 × 1 × 3

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An ice-cream shop offers 6 different toppings for its ice cream cakes. The regular/standard price includes 2 different combinations. Calculate how many different combinations of toppings are available for no additional cost.

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If x is an integer, which of the following CANNOT be an even integer?

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Which vowel comes midway between J and T?

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Which lamp is the brightest?

Lamp A is less bright than Lamp B
Lamp B is brighter than Lamp C
Lamp C is as bright as Lamp D
Lamp B is brighter than
Lamp D Lamp D is
brighter than Lamp A

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In a metropolitan area, the standard charge for a speeding ticket is $60. An additional $10 charge is added for every mile per hour a driver travels above the speed limit. On a street where the speed limit was 30 miles per hour, a driver was fined $250 for speeding. Calculate the speed recorded by the police radar.

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Which letter comes next in this series of letters?

B A C B D C E D F ?

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A student planned to spend an hour and a half working on the homework for three subject areas: math, social studies, and science. If 1/3 of this time was used for the math homework and 1/4 of the remaining time is used for the social studies project, how many minutes does the student have left for his science homework?

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Suppose you begin reading a book on page h and end on page k . If you read each page completely and the pages are numbered and read consecutively, then how many pages have you read?

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Four books are arranged on a book shelf. The positions of the books are numbered 1 through 4, from left to right. For the following pair of conditions, how many possible orderings are there? C sits to the right of B. B sits next to D only if B sits next to C?

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If a circle is one, how many is an octagon?

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Following the pattern shown in the number sequence below, what is the missing number?

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What is 15% of 80?

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What is the next number in the following sequence 1 2 3 5 8 13 ?

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300, 150, 75, 226, 113, 340, 170, ...

Calculate the 10th term of the sequence above given that its first term is 300 and each term thereafter is obtained (1) dividing by 2, if the previous term is even, or (2) multiplying by 3 and then adding 1, if the previous term is odd.

Enter the value in the given box.

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In a clock factory, Mike assembles—on the average—15 clocks while his older and more experienced colleague, Steve, assembles 24 clocks in an hour. If the two workers were assigned two identical orders of 48 clocks, how many more minutes does it take Mike to assemble the clocks than it takes Steve?

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30 years ago it would take a worker five hours to make a chair. Today it would take him just 30 minutes.

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If you add 3 apples and 2 bananas, with 2 oranges and 3 bananas and 3 pears and one apple, then you have only 4 apples, 5 bananas, and 2 oranges.

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Samantha’s choice of a four-digit number to be her computer password met the following rules:

  1. • the last digit had to be a divisor of 30
  2. • the greatest common factor of the middle two digits had to be 2
  3. • the leftmost/first digit was a prime number.

Which of the following numbers could be Samantha’s password?

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Which one of the five makes the best comparison? Water is to ice as milk is to: a.

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Which one of the numbers does not belong in the following series?

a. 1
b. 2
c. 5
d. 10
e. 13
f.  29
g. 48

Enter the Number in the box below.

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Which word completes the best analogy? FATHER IS TO GRANDFATHER as GOVERNOR IS TO

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A health club has 600 members. 80% of them are males. 70% of the members use the swimming pool. 60% of the members use the tennis courts. What is the minimum possible percentage of the total members who use the tennis courts and are also male swimmers?

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There are 60 brownies in a box to be distributed in a 1:2:4:5 ratio among four children. What is the second largest number of brownies that any one child can receive?

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Michelle gets to keep a marble she will chose at random from a jar. The jar contains 23 white, 15 black, and 37 yellow marbles. Calculate the probability that Michelle picks out a black marble.

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