Wonderlic Personnel Test

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Wonderlic Personnel Test

 

The Wonderlic Personnel Test (often referred to as Wunderlich) is an intelligence test primarily known for being administered to prospective players in the National Football League since the 1970s.

The Wonderlic is a twelve-minute, fifty-question exam to assess aptitude for learning a job and adapting to solve problems for employees in a wide range of occupations.

The score is calculated as the number of correct answers given in the allotted time.

A score of 20 is intended to indicate average intelligence (corresponding to an intelligence quotient of 100; to convert scores IQ = 2WPT + 60).

Wonderlic Test ResultsIt is rumored that at least one player has scored a 1 on the test.

An intelligence quotient or IQ is a score derived from a set of standardized tests of intelligence. Intelligence tests come in many forms, and some tests use a single type of item or question.

Most tests yield both an overall score and individual subtests scores. Regardless of design, all IQ tests measure the same general intelligence.

Component tests are generally designed and chosen because they are found to be predictable of later intellectual development, such as educational achievement.

IQ also correlates with job performance, socioeconomic advancement, and "social pathologies".

Recent work has demonstrated links between IQ and health, longevity, and functional literacy.

However, IQ tests do not measure all meanings of "intelligence", such as creativity. IQ scores are relative (like placement in a race), not absolute (like the measurement of a ruler).

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