# 5 Tips to Pass the Wonderlic Test

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The Wonderlic test is known as one of the hardest tests to beat in the employment industry. But don’t worry, we’re here to break it down and give you the tools that you need to succeed and pass this test with flying colors.

To start with, you need to know what the Wonderlic test is. It is a popular test, made up of 50 questions, that look at how well you’ll be able to fit the role you’re applying for. It helps the employer see if you’re a good fit and if you can keep up with the demands of the job, and other work aspects that you’ll encounter. It focuses on your logical reasoning, verbal reasoning, and numerical reasoning, to give a round score that tells employers how good you are at making quick and accurate decisions and managing day to day tasks.

This test is used on everyone from hospitality workers, to the US military, so it’s something you are very likely to encounter in your professional life.

So, without further ado, lets’ take a look at our top 5 tips to passing the Wonderlic test and getting a great Wonderlic score!

Revise Scoring

You need to know how the scoring works if you want to pass the test. For example, you won’t lose points for incorrect answers, so it is perfectly fine to guess. Additionally, every point is weighted the same, even hard questions. So, if you need to guess a hard question and focus on getting the easier questions right, that won’t negatively impact your score. It’s common for people to not finish the test at all, so just getting down all the answers is already a step in the right direction.

Understand Fractions

Okay, you probably understand the basics of fractions, but you need to make sure that they are second nature to you before test day and that you have brushed upon them to the best of your ability. This is because fractions come up often in the test,  and it is an important component that shouldn’t be overlooked. You need to know how to do these fractions in your head, as you won’t be allowed a calculator during the test. Practicing fractions until you can do them quickly and effectively is a great way to prepare for the test and boost your Wonderlic test score.

Remember that sometimes these questions will come in the form of ratio problems, so make sure that you keep that in mind when reviewing the content and preparing. The quicker you can tackle these problems, the better for the rest of your score.

Practice Analogies

Analogies are not difficult, but you need to be familiar with them and their structure to succeed. It involves making connections and understanding the type of answers you’ll be expected to give and can feel a little bit overwhelming when you’re first getting started.

Try and consider what the initial part of the analogy is describing and then match the following portion of the sentence to that. You need to practice this and get familiar with analogies if you want to succeed. Otherwise, you can get sucked into spending a lot of time agonizing over the meaning and the right answer, instead of cutting to the chase immediately.

Familiarize Yourself with Proverbs

Make sure you understand proverbs and their meanings. If you can understand proverbs and get familiar with their different meanings, you’ll likely have a lot more success in what you are doing. Proverbs are not something you’ll often run across a variety of in everyday life, so make sure you’re spending time reading up on them and understanding what they are talking about to broaden your understanding of the test.

Practice everything!

Now that you know the different components of the test, make sure that you spend time with practice questions, and familiarize yourself with the layout, the time limit and more. Make sure that you not only understand the questions, but you know how quickly you need to be able to answer them and you’ve practiced in the time constraint before, to avoid disappointment and difficulties. With that said, good luck and study hard!

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