Wunderlik test

by John Wendelborn
(Milw WI)


11.66 seconds per question is allotted, the test I took was administered by computer. The time it took for the screen to show the next question and my eyes to focus was about half sec, so 11 seconds to read comprehend and answer. My score was 29, was not cognizant of how many questions I completed, was not told. If it was 29 out of 29 then 24 seconds per question. When asked at the completion of the test, I estimated I completed 25 to 27 questions. I was also reluctant to pick an answer at random, I feel my score could have been improved by 10 had I had the benefit of practice and had speed more in mind rather than accuracy. Practice would allow the mind to focus on the next question more, the previous question seemed to leave a momentary residue on thought. I wish I had looked this site up prior to the test.

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