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Take a Wonderlic test online

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by JWBlue, Jan 30, 2013.

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  1. JWBlue

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    lets save some time.

    no i am not smarter then a football player.
     
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    I hope they get to use a calculator! That being said, I understand the single digit scores now. I am sure some of those guys just saw screw this and don't even bother trying to answer some of that stuff.
     
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    Wow did a 10 first try and a 20 second...had no idea this test was that short with a timer involved.Afraid to take it again.:wink
    I will never again laugh when a low score is revealed about a player in a negative way..
     
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    Got a 33, but the girlfriend interrupted me. Arg!
     
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    The wonderlic tests I've written were 12 minutes long and had 50 questions, but the same principle applies: it's nothing more than an IQ test.

    Humblebrag alert: On a smoke break during my training session at a new job, some guys from HR were talking about the wonderlic test and asked me how I did. After I told him, he looked at me and said "I'd never hire somebody for that job who scored that high." Obviously he was smarter than me, because I did in fact quit the next week.
     
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    I got a 40, so I'm smarter than Eli Manning. That being said, I've always been really good at math and really bad at everything else.
     
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    My score was comparable to Rothlisberger. Thank God it's a test of intelligence and not character!
     
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    wow. I got a 23 the first time and did it with a calculator on the second try and got a 30. I didn't finish the test either time.
    It not that hard... its the time limit thats killer.
     
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    Disclaimer on first page:
    Disclaimer: This is not a Wonderlic test and the scores derived from it may not accurately reflect the score you would attain on the Wonderlic test.
     
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    Good catch.
     
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    If anyone is worried about their score relative to famous football players, take comfort in the fact that

    a) This isn't the real test

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    b) The players get training for the test through their agents.
     
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    Apparently my math skills are lacking but my powers of observation are finely honed! lol
     
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    haha, same here but wife interupted me and I didn't attempt the final 2 questions, :grrr:
     
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    oh yeah baby....2nd try....no interuptions.....

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    You Scored 43
    That's as good as Greg McElroy. He got a 43 too.

    He led Alabama to a BCS National Championship in 2010.

    RED LOBSTER HERE COMES MY RESIGNATION BABY!!!!!!:evillaugh:evillaugh:evillaugh
     
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    Didn't Ryan Fitzpatrick get a perfect score?
     
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    looks like he got a 49, the only perfect 50 was that old Bengals punter/wide receiver from the 70's....Pat McInally

    hey maybe they should make THAT a question on the test.

    I see a few dudes got derailed in their careers by exceedingly low scores. I knew I should have given my wife that test.
     
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    I got a Pat McInally. Had to bust out pen and paper for the algebra problems, though.

    Had a perfect SAT back in the day but flunked out of college, twice...go figure.
     
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