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SAMPLE WONDERLIC TEST timed at six minutes

Date:

1. Which number represents the smallest amount?


77
17
.17
1/7
7
.07
2. How many 2-1/4 meter lengths of tape can be cut from 36 meters of tape?
14-3/4
16
17
15-1/4
3. Choose the group of words that forms a complete sentence.
Wind, fire, water - elements of the Earth.
We're off!
Helps us save money on car insurance and fuel costs.
My neck of the woods.
4. A package of gift cards has a length of 8 inches, a width 4 inches, and a volume of
64 inches cubed. What is the height of the box?
4
8
6
2
5. Abstract means:
Strict
Difficult to understand
To mistake for something else
Chance of happening
6. In the following question find out the alternative which will replace the question
mark: Leg : Pants :: Head : ?
Shirt
Shoes
Hat
Shoulders

7. Choose the sentence that best joins the sequence of events stated below without
omitting any details or changing the meaning.
A car crashed into the telephone pole.
The power went out.
I got the generator working.

The power went out after a car crashed into the telephone pole; I later got the
generator working.
A car crashed into a telephone pole, causing the power to go out and me to get the
generator working.
I got the generator working after the power went out and a car crashed into the
telephone pole.
The power went out after I got the generator working; a car crashed into the
telephone pole.

8. How many of the five pairs listed below are duplicates?


(Enter answer in numerical value.)
Suspicious AND Spacious
Conspicuous AND Conspicuous
Malicious AND Malicious
Gray AND Grey
Hummingbird AND Humningbird
9. Charlie has 4 pairs of shoes, 12 shirts, 5 pairs of pants, and 3 watches. How many
days could he go without wearing the same combination of these four items?
716
742
680
720
10. Assume the first two statements are true. All soccer players wear cleats. John is
a soccer player. Is the final one: John wears cleats.
True
False
Not Certain
11. A girl is 18 years old and her brother is a third her age. When the girl is 36, what
will be the age of her brother?
12. A dance studio wants to use square mirror tiles to cover two walls in their studio
that measure 2 feet by 2 feet. Each wall measures 9 feet by 22 feet. The studio
instructor has requested that a 1 foot gap be left between the floor and the start
of the mirrors. How many mirror tiles are needed to cover both walls?
44
176
88
99

13. 18/7 is equal to:


1-3/7
1-8/7
2-1/7
2-4/7
14. Choose the verb that correctly completes the following sentence:
Have you _______ in the choir before?
Sung
Singed
Sing
Sang
15. The day before the day before yesterday was three days after Monday.
What day is it?
Wednesday
Sunday
Thursday
Monday
Tuesday
16. A synonym of bantering is:
Chasing
Chastising
Taunting
Teasing
17. Choose the word that correctly completes the following sentence. Although we
would like a bigger office for our company someday, our current one is
________, and we are happy with it.
Filthy
Ample
Confined
Bravura
18. Michael threw for 1,654 yards in his first five games. At this rate, how many
yards will he have thrown for in fifteen games?
4,692
6,294
4,962
4,296
19. Choose the group of words that forms a complete sentence.
Big, snarly animals in the cage.
They're herethe small, the medium and the large.
The last cow in the field?
Again with the chicken!

20. If one serving of cookie dough makes 4 cookies, how many cookies can be
made with 7 servings of cookie dough?

21. A road construction crew is resurfacing the highway between point D and
point E. The distance between point D and point E is 93 miles of road. The crew
has completed 35 miles. If they work at a pace of 2.9 miles per day, how many
more days will it take to finish?
54
35
20
21
22. Considering the series below, what number should be next?
12, 24, 48, 96, __
23. Assume the first two statements are true. Tim knows Todd. Todd knows Kim.
Is the final one: Kim doesn't know Tim.
Not Certain
False
True
24. Tony gets married next month. One year ago from the date he will get married,
Tony was away in Spain for New Year's Eve. What month is it?
October
December
November
February
January
25. The day after tomorrow will be five days after last Friday. What day is it today?
Monday
Sunday
Wednesday
Saturday
Tuesday

Answer Key
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

.07
16
We're off!
2
Difficult to understand
Hat
The power went out after a car crashed into the telephone pole; I later got the
generator working.
Two
720
True
24
88
2-4/7
Sung
Sunday
Teasing
Ample
4,962
They're herethe small, the medium and the large.
28
20
192
Not certain
November
Monday

Scoring
Two points for each correct answer in the allotted six minutes. This will give a rough estimate of your
potential Wonderlic score.
How Do You Match Up?
Wonderlic scores are not officially released, but an internet search can reveal some reportedly leaked
scores. Punter Pat McInally is the lone reported perfect score, according to Rivals.com.
Here are some examples of scores we have found through history:
QB Alex Smith40
QB Drew Bledsoe37
QB Steve Young33
QB John Elway30
QB Dan Marino16
QB Donovan McNabb14
WR Hakeem Nicks11
WR A.J. Green10
K Sebastian Janikowski9
ESPN cites Paul Zimmerman's book, The New Thinking Man's Guide to Pro Football, in these historical
scores by position:
Offensive tackles: 26
Tight Ends: 22
Wide receivers: 17

Centers: 25
Safeties: 19
Fullbacks: 17

Quarterbacks: 24
Guards: 23
Middle linebackers: 19 Cornerbacks: 18
Halfbacks: 16

Also, they report the following professions have these scores:


Chemist: 31
Programmer: 29
Newswriter: 26 Sales: 24
Clerical Worker: 21
Security Guard: 17
Warehouse: 15

Bank teller: 22

High School Football Rules Quiz


SECTION 1 Multiple Choice
1. In the NFL, if the defense has 12 men on the field at the snap, it's a five-yard penalty
for too many men on the field. What is the penalty and yardage in High School?
A. Illegal Participation - 5 yards
B. Illegal Participation - 15 yards
C. Illegal Substitution - 5 yards
D. Illegal Substitution - 15 yards
2. In a high school game, on second and 10 from Team A's own 30, Team A's
quarterback rolls out to pass. Before being chased out of bounds at his 25, he throws
the ball into the stands. What is the down, distance and spot of the ball?
A. 3rd and 10 at Team A's own 30
B. 3rd and 20 at Team A's own 20
C. 2nd and 20 at Team A's own 20
D. 3rd and 15 at Team A's own 25
3. In a high school game on first and 10 from their own 30, the quarterback drops back
five yards and throws a pass to his wide receiver who is standing on his 28-yard line.
The wide receiver then throws a pass to the other wide receiver who catches the ball
at his 45 and is tackled there. What penalty should be called and what is the distance
of the penalty.
A. Two consecutive forward passes - 15 yards
B. No penalty, the play is legal
C. Illegal forward pass - 15 yards
D. Illegal pass by someone other than the quarterback, 5 yards
4. Assuming there are no penalties, which yard line does a kickoff start from in high
school?
A. The kicking team's 40-yard line
B. The kicking team's 30-yard line
C. The kicking team's 35-yard line
D. Midfield (50-yard line)
5. What makes a receiver eligible to catch a pass in high school?
A. Lines up on the end of the line at the line of scrimmage or
in the backfield and is numbered 1-49 or 80-89
B. Lines up in the backfield only. Numbering does not matter in NFHS
C. Lines up on the line of scrimmage and is numbered 1-29 or 80-89
D. Where he lines up doesn't matter as long as he is numbered 1-49 or
80-89
6. What is the penalty for defensive pass interference in a high school game?
A. The ball is placed at the spot of the foul and an automatic first down
B. The ball is placed at the spot of the foul but it is only a first down if the
line to gain has been attained
C. 5 yards from the spot of the foul and an automatic first down
D. 15 yards from the previous spot

7. There are 5-yard and 15-yard face mask penalties in high school, similar to the NFL.
A. True
B. False
8. If a kickoff goes into the end zone in a high school game, can the kick returner return
the kick?
A. Yes
B. No
9. In high school, what number must a running back have?
A. 1-49 or 80-89
B. 21-49
C. 50-79
D. There is no number requirement for a running back
10. Is there a two-point conversion at the high school level?
A. Yes
B. No

11. Can offensive linemen ever catch a forward pass?


A. Yes
B. No
12. A1 is running in the open field and a defender grabs the ball carrier's shoulder pad
opening from behind and rides the ball carrier for several yards before A1 falls forward
A
B
C

Horse Collar 15-yard penalty at the end of the run.


This is a legal play.
Illegal use of the hands

13. It is possible for a defensive player to clip.


A
B

True
False

14. In a snap, the ball must immediately leave the hands of the snapper and touch a
backfield player or the ground before it touches an offensive lineman.
A
B

True
False

15. A mouth protector must be worn and must be completely white or clear.
A
B

True
False

16. If the ball is beyond the neutral zone when it leaves the passer's hand on a forward
pass, it is an illegal forward pass.
A
B

True
False

17. Illegal handing is a 5-yard penalty and a loss of down.


A
B

True
False

18. You cannot contact a receiver 5 yards or more beyond the line of scrimmage.
A
B

True
False

Section 2 NCAA versus NFHS playing rules


1. Fourth and five on team Rs 30 yardline. K1s 47-yard field goal attempt is well short
of the mark and the kick goes out of bounds untouched on team Rs 10 yardline.
a. It will be team Rs ball at its own 10 yardline.
b. It will be team Rs ball at its own 30 yardline.
c. It will be team Rs ball at its own 47 yardline.

2. A1, wearing # 75, lines up as the tailback in a scrimmage formation on 1st down.
a. A1 is an eligible receiver if he reports to the referee before the snap.
b. A1 cannot legally touch, bat or catch a legal forward pass until it has first been
touched by team B.
c. A1 could legally carry the ball or catch a backward pass

3. Third and 10 at team As 20 yardline. Eligible receiver A1 runs a sideline pattern. He


steps out of bounds at team As 34 yardline and leaps when a pass is thrown in his
direction. While airborne over out-of-bounds territory, A1 bats the ball to A2, who
catches the ball at team As 30 yardline.
a. Legal play.
b. A1 is guilty of pass interference.
c. A1 is guilty of illegal participation.
d. A1 is guilty of illegal touching.

4. Second and 10 for team A from team Bs 37 yardline. A1s legal forward pass is
intercepted by B2 at his own three yardline. B2s momentum takes him into his own
end zone. An official blows an inadvertent whistle.
a. Team A scores a safety.
b. Touchback; team Bs ball at its own 20 yardline.
c. The momentum exception applies; team Bs ball at its own three yardline.
d. By rule, the down must be replayed from the previous spot.

Section 3 - Short Answer:


1. In NFHS rules, do they use the concept of face guarding for pass interference?
2. After a safety, the kicking team has the option to punt or kick the ball. Can the kicking
team do an on-side kick (or punt), recovering the ball after it travels 10 yards?
3. If an extra point kick or field goal attempt is higher than the upright does it have to be
100% on the inside of the goal post or does only a portion of the ball have to be inside?

4. On a kickoff, if the receiving team allows the ball to roll in the endzone and the kicking
team recovers the ball without the receiving team touching it, is it a touchdown for the
kicking team?
5. In a recent game the quarter back threw a forward pass, it hit a defensive lineman,
went up in the air, the quarterback then caught the ball he had originally thrown the air
(all of this was behind the original line of scrimmage) and then proceeded to throw the
ball a second time to an open offensive receiver who then caught the ball. It was ruled
as a legal forward pass.
My question is, "How many times can a forward pass be thrown?" In this case it would
appear that two forward passes were thrown. Once from the QB to the QB and the
second pass was from the QB to a different offensive player.

SECTION 4 Extra Credit Multiple Choice


In each of the following you are given a situation and at least two possible answers. You
are to decide which answer or answers are correct for NFHS and NCAA rules, which
might vary. Note: In kicking situations, K is the kicking team, R the receiving team.
1. Team A breaks its huddle and all players stand in their positions. When A1 says,
Set, all team A players except guard A5 go into three-point stances. Back A3 starts
in motion, after which A5 moves into his three-point stance. A3 remains in motion
and the ball is snapped two seconds later.
a. Legal.
b. Illegal motion.
c. False start.
d. Illegal shift.
e. That is a dead-ball foul.
f. That is a live-ball foul.
2. Which of the following statements is true regarding a passer?
a. Any team A player may be a passer.
b. Only a team A player numbered 1 to 49 or 80 to 99 inclusive may be a passer.
c. A passer is a player who throws a forward or backward pass.
d. A passer is a player who throws a legal forward pass.
e. A passer is a player who throws any forward pass.
f. Any team B player may legally throw a forward pass.
3. Fourth and 10 on team Rs 17 yardline. K1s field goal attempt kicked from team Rs
24 yardline is short and goes out of bounds on team Rs one yardline. No player
touched the ball beyond the neutral zone. As a result:
a. Its team Rs ball on its one yardline.
b. Its team Rs ball on its 17 yardline.
c. Its team Rs ball on its 20 yardline.
d. Its team Rs ball on its 24 yardline.

4. Fourth and goal on team Rs nine yardline. Team K sets up for a field goal attempt
and team R responds with a massive substitution. R11 quickly and incorrectly counts
the defense and, thinking he is the 12th man, leaves the field over the endline and
immediately returns to his bench.
a. Legal.
b. Team R is guilty of a substitution infraction.
c. Thats a live-ball foul.
d. Thats a dead-ball foul.

Section 5 REALLY Extra Credit


1. Is it true that when a defense is scored upon they may elect to kick off and go back
on defense?
2. Briefly explain Free Kick after Fair Catch.
3. Under NFHS rules can a team ever score just a single point in a high school football
game?

ANSWER KEY
SECTION 1
1. B. Illegal participation, 15 yard penalty
Once the ball is snapped, the penalty becomes illegal participation and is a 15-yard penalty. This
is why many high school officials try to call the penalty before the ball is snapped. Then it is just
illegal substitution, and the penalty is only 5 yards.

2. B. 3rd and 20 at Team A's own 20


There is no such thing as 'throwing the ball away when out of the pocket' in High School. This
play is intentional grounding which is a five-yard penalty from the spot of the foul and loss of
down.

3. B. No penalty, the play is legal


In high school, as long as the forward pass starts from behind the line of scrimmage, and the ball
has not crossed the line of scrimmage, you may throw as many forward passes as you like.

4. A. The kicking team's 40-yard line


Once upon a time, kickoffs at all levels were from the 40. The NFL moved back to the 35 and
then the 30. College moved back to the 35, and starting in 2007, colleg kicks from the 30 like the
NFL.

5. A. Lines up on the end of the line at the line of scrimmage or in the backfield and
is numbered 1-49 or 80-89
If a receiver is on the line of scrimmage, he must be on the end. If he is covered by another
receiver (another player lines up outside of him on the line), he is inelgible to catch a pass even if
he has the a proper numbered jersey.

6. D. 15 yards from the previous spot.


In the NFL, a pass interference call is spotted at the spot of the foul and is an automatic first
down. In high school, it is 15 yards from the previous spot (no automatic first down anymore
NFHS rule change in 2013 removed automatic first down from defensive pass interference and
loss of down from offensive pass interference).

7. A. True.
The High School rule book changed in 2000 to allow for 5-yard penalties for inadvertent face
mask penalties.

8. B. No
In high school, a kick-off or a punt that goes into the end zone is an automatic touchback.

9. D. There is no number requirement for a running back


There is no number requirement to be a runner, however, if he goes out for a pass, he must be
numbered 1-49 or 80-89.

10. A. Yes
Following a touchdown, a team may try for a one or two point conversion; just like college and the
NFL.

11. A. Yes
But only after it has been touched by an eligible receiver or by a member of the defense. In
either case, the ball can be caught and advanced downfield by the offensive linemen catching the
tipped/deflected ball.

12.

B. Legal play

Rule 9-4-3k No player shall: k. Grab the inside back or side collar of the shoulder pads or jersey of the
runner and subsequently pull that opponent to the ground (Horse-collar).

13.

A. True

Rule 2-5-1 Clipping is a block against an opponent when the initial contact is from behind, at or below the
waist, and not against a player who is a runner or pretending to be a runner.

14.

A. True

Rule 7-3-2,3 No player may hand the ball forward except during a scrimmage down before a change of
possession, provided both players are in or behind the neutral zone and it is to: a. A lineman who has
clearly faced his end line by moving both feet in a halfturn and is at least 1 yard behind his line when he
receives the ball. b. A back or a teammate who, at the snap, was on an end of his line and was not the
snapper nor adjacent to the snapper. ART. 3 . . . During a scrimmage down after a change of team
possession, no player may hand the ball forward to a teammate.

15.

B. False

Rule 1-5-1c (c) The tooth and mouth protector shall be of any readily visible color, and may not be: (1)
completely white; or (2) completely clear.

16.

B. False

...the body is beyond the neutral zone..." would make the statement true.

17.

A. True

Rule 7-3-2,3 No player may hand the ball forward except during a scrimmage down before a change of
possession, provided both players are in or behind the neutral zone and it is to: a. A lineman who has
clearly faced his end line by moving both feet in a halfturn and is at least 1 yard behind his line when he
receives the ball. b. A back or a teammate who, at the snap, was on an end of his line and was not the
snapper nor adjacent to the snapper. ART. 3 . . . During a scrimmage down after a change of team
possession, no player may hand the ball forward to a teammate.

18.

B. False

Separate yourself from Sunday football in NFHS play a defender is allowed to contact any eligible
receiver continually downfield, until the ball is in the air (there is NO 5 yard chuck rule in high school
football There is also no pass interference away from the direction the ball is thrown.)

SECTION 2
1 NFHS a (6-2, 6-3); NCAA b (4-1-3c, 8-4-2b, AR 6-3-4 III, AR 8-4-2 I-IX)
2 Both b, c (NFHS 7-5-6a and b, 7-5-12, 7-5-13; NCAA 7-3-3b, 7-3-10, 7-3-11)
3 NFHS c (9-6-1, 9.6.1C); NCAA d (7-3-4)
4 Both c (NFHS 4-2-3c, 8-5-2a; NCAA 4-1-2b-1, 8-5-b1 Exc 1)

SECTION 3
1. Yes, it is a foul to intentionally obstruct a receiver's vison (faceguard). This applies
equally to the offense and defense. That is the ONLY situation where pass interference
can occur without contact. But keep in mind that he must obstruct his vision. If the
defender simply "reads" the receiver's face and then puts his hand up to try and knock
the ball away from the receiver's hands, it is interference only if contact is made. The
defender is not required to turn his head to see the ball.
2. NCAA & NFHS: Any free kick, including a punt following a safety, may be recovered
by the kicking team after it has traveled 10 yards or been touched by a receiver. Drop
kicks, punts or placekicks may be used under NFL rules (no tees allowed), while NCAA
and NFHS rules allow dropkicks, placekicks, punts and kickoffs w/tee.
3. NFHS & NCAA rules: The entire ball must pass to the inside of the INSIDE edge of
the upright extended indefinitely above the top of the upright.
NFL: The entire ball must pass to the inside of the OUTSIDE edge of the upright
extended indefinitely above the top of the upright.
NOTE: Since the upright is 3-4 inches in diameter and the football is more than 4 inches
in diameter in any direction, a ball that passes EXACTLY over an upright will be no
good under all 3 codes because part of the ball will be breaking the aforementioned
plane.
4. NFHS: Anytime a kickoff breaks the plane of the receiver's goal line, it is immediately
dead and ruled a touchback.
NCAA: If a kickoff, untouched by the receiving team, touches the ground in the
endzone, the kick is immediately dead and ruled a touchback.
NFL: The kick remains "live" and may be recovered by the kicking team for a
touchdown.
5. NFL, NCAA & NFHS: Only one forward pass may be thrown during a down.
(Before 2005, NFHS allowed multiple forward passes from behind the line of
scrimmage.)

SECTION 4
1 Both d, f (NFHS 7-2-6 Pen; NCAA 7-1-4c Pen)
2 NFHS a, d (NFHS 2-32-11, 7-5-2a); NCAA a, e (2-27-5, 7-3-2b)
3 NFHS a (6-2-7); NCAA c (8-4-2b)
4 NFHS a, b, d (2-32-1, 3-7-2); NCAA a (3-5-2c-2)

SECTION 5
1. Yes, under NFHS & NFL rules the team that is scored upon has the option to kickoff
instead of receive. However, under NCAA rule change in 2003, that is no longer an
option, the scoring team must kickoff.
One reason to choose this option would be to not allow an opposing team to have an
opportunity to on-side kick and recover the ball with good enough field position for a
field goal attempt at the end of a game.
2. Free kicks following a fair catch are allowed under NFHS & NFL rules, but not
NCAA.
Following the legal FAIR CATCH of any kick, the receiving team may choose to run a
regular scrimmge play OR they may free kick the ball from the the yardline where the
catch was made. Simply stated, a free kick following a fair catch is a kickoff with a
chance for 3 pts. For the most part all the rules are the same as for a kickoff (i.e., teams
10 yards apart, etc.). This is obviously a very rare play and is usually only used at the
very end of the first half or the end of the game. NFHS rules allow for use of a kicking
tee, no higher than 2, while NFL rules make no such allowance requiring a placekick
or drop kick.
3. Theoretically, yes!! That would be a 1 point safety and it can only ever take
place on a try-for-point.
On the try, Team A fumbles at the 4 yard line and the ball is then compelled into the
endzone by some force from Team B (without any possession) if Team B then falls on
the ball in the endzone the result is a 1 point safety for Team A*.
Under both NFL and NFHS rules, once a try is unsuccessful the play is whistled dead
(i.e. the defense cannot advance a failed try). However, under NCAA rules, failed tries
can be advanced by the defense. If the defense blocks a point-after kick and recovers
the ball (or intercepts a pass or recovers a fumble on a two point try) and advances it all
the way into their opponents endzone, they are awarded two points.
The score of a forfeited football game under NFHS rules is 1-0 in favor of the nonoffending team in the event of a forfeit prior to a game being played and no game is
played. If a forfeit occurs during the game or after a game is played, the final score and
all game statistics stand, and only the teams win-loss records are changed to reflect the
forfeit. (Example, Team A wins a game 21-0, but later forfeits the result. Team A's
record is 0-1 with 21 points for and zero against; while Team B's record is moved 1-0
with zero points for and 21 against.) The same application is made if a team is forced to
forfeit in advance of a contest, but the game is still played (as happened in Anne
Arundel and Howard counties during the 2000s). As outlined by the NCAA, statistics
from forfeited games are recognized with the exception being the guilty party is not
eligible to count that performance toward any individual or team records.
* There is some debate among various NFHS State Associations as to whether the
play is dead when the defense gains possession aspect of the rules governing tries
negates this possibility, however.

Name:
Date:
The Schultz Quiz

1. Name the five wealthiest people in the world.


1. __________________________________________
2. __________________________________________
3. __________________________________________
4. __________________________________________
5. __________________________________________
2. Name the last five Heisman trophy winners.
1. __________________________________________
2. __________________________________________
3. __________________________________________
4. __________________________________________
5. __________________________________________
3. Name the last five winners of the Miss America pageant.

1. __________________________________________
2. __________________________________________
3. __________________________________________
4. __________________________________________
5. _______________________________________________

4 Name five people who have won a Nobel or Pulitzer Prize.


1. __________________________________________
2. __________________________________________
3. __________________________________________
4. __________________________________________
5. _______________________________________________

5. Name the last half dozen Academy Award winners for best actor and actress.
1. __________________________________________
2. __________________________________________
3. __________________________________________
4. __________________________________________
5. _______________________________________________
6. __________________________________________

6. Name the last decade's worth of World Series winners.


2013:

2008:

2012:

2007:

2011:

2006:

2010:

2005:

2009:

2004:

How did you do?

The point is, none of us remember the headliners of yesterday.


And the people whose names answer those questions are no second-rate achievers.
They are the best in their fields the best in the world that do what they do

But, even for them, the applause fades away and vanishes
Awards tarnish.
Achievements are forgotten
Accolades and certificates are buried with their owners

Here's another quiz. See how you do on this one:

1. List a few teachers who aided your journey through school.


2. Name three friends who have helped you through a difficult time.
3. Name five people who have taught you something worthwhile.
4. Think of a few people who have made you feel appreciated and special.
5. Think of five people you enjoy spending time with.

Easier?
The lesson:
The people who make a difference in your life are not the ones with the most
credentials, the most money... or the most awards.
They simply are the ones who care the most.
Pass this on to those people who have either made a difference in your life, or whom
you keep close in your heart...
And, always remember:
''Be Yourself. Everyone Else Is Taken!"

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