My Wonderlic Test Experience!

by lars6nine

I was given two types of Wonderlic test as a screening for employment. The first was a series of 88 true/false statements. I answered in two columns...one as a "perfect" employee and the second as a "real" employee. The statements were concerned with integrity, honesty and values.


I wonder how these are scored?

The second test was like you described here which covered math, vocabulary and critical thinking. It was 50 questions and was to be solved in 12 minutes. I didn't finish it but feel I did well on the ones I completed. You get an average of 15 seconds per question and some need to be read more than once.

I hope this company will review the results with me so I can use it to understand my level of functioning and have a benchmark to grow from.

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Not an accurate test
by: Anonymous

I have a 2yr college degree, and I was graduated with honors. I took this test for a dispatching position. I do not believe that you can measure intelligence within 12 minutes! My score was not high enough for the position; however, the IQ test that I took upon hire stated I was the 2nd most intelligent in the unit. That test was not timed, and I was not nervous. I knew I could actually "think" about the questions. Whatever happened to a company training you for a position and then judging your actual performance?

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