# Wonderlic test has a wrong answer!

The second question was as follows:

"2.) 7 months of the year have 31 days, and 4 have 30 days. What month has only 28 days?"

The correct answer given was: "February"

WRONG!

Every month has 28 days you dorks! The correct answer is "all 12"

DUH!

Too funny.

Average Rating

 Rating read closely by: Anonymous The answer to that question would be technically 12, IF the word ONLY was not included. It asks which month has ONLY 28 days

 Rating Well it depends what year it is if it is right or not by: Ben Technically speaking that answer of which only have 28 days. Some years the answer could potientally be none other years the answer would be february.

 Rating 28 days by: Anonymous There is another version of that same question . It ends with what month has 28 days ? There is no "only) in the wording and the correct answer is 12. So there are 2 versions of this question. All depends on which version of wonderlic test you got to take

 Rating ON THE SO CALLED WRONG ANSWER by: Anonymous WELL I'M NOT A MORON! AND YOUR READING SKILLS??, WELL THEY "SUCK"!!!!! IF YOU READ IT CORRECTLY, IT SAYS WHAT MONTH "ONLY HAS 28 DAYS"?? MEANING THERE IS ONLY ONE MONTH THAT ENDS AFTER 28 DAYS AND THE OTHER MONTHS END 30 TO 31 DAYS! AND IF YOU HAD LISTEN IN GRAMMER SCHOOL YOU WOULD KNOW IT IS THE MONTH OF "FEBRUARY" IT PRETTY UNIVERSAL!AND WE ALL KNOW THAT THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY ALSO HAS "LEAP YEAR" WHICH AT THAT POINT HAS 29 DAYS.. WHAT A "D0RK"!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 Rating 28 days by: Anonymous to the jack wagon who said every month has 28 days... it asks which month has ONLY 28 days, which would be February, except for every fourth year.

 Rating Answer is correct by: Anonymous The Question reads 'ONLY 28 days'.... and therefore the answer 1 is correct... Moron!

## Recent Articles

1. ### Gary Smalley personality test

Oct 18, 17 03:58 AM

Gary Smalley personality test reveals four types of personalities. Take it to know your type

2. ### Myers Briggs Personality Tests

Oct 16, 17 02:36 AM

A brief note on characteristics of Myers Briggs Personality Tests