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The NFL Scouting Combine is almost here, which means you will hear plenty about the Wonderlic test. Ever wonder how you’d do on it? Today is your lucky day.

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With the NFL Scouting Combine just around the corner, it is this time of the year when you typically hear about a player, or players, who scores extremely well, or poorly, on the NFL’s Wonderlic test.

For those who don’t know, the Wonderlic test is a test which is given to prospects to test their general knowledge. Not just football knowledge, but their overall intelligence.

So, what kind of questions are asked on this test? See what nflwonderlicktestscores.com says are the main questions for the prospects taking the examination.

The Wonderlic test has been an important test for a long time. It is thought that this test measures the intelligence, most notably the problem-solving ability, of the people who take the test. NFL teams began using the Wonderlic test as part of their annual Combine event, where they test a prospective player’s physical, mental, emotional, and medical capabilities.

An average football player scores about 20 points out of a possible 50 points on the Wonderlic test. But once in a while, a player will excel to an incredible degree.

There have been some tremendous scores on the test. For instance, Calvin Johnson reportedly scored a 41 on the test, with Aaron Rodgers tallying 35 and Tony Romo 31.

At this point you are probably wondering how you would do on the Wonderlic test. Well, thanks to the aforementioned website, you can take both a 50-question, or 10-question sample Wonderlic test.

Please note the disclaimer on the website before going into your place of employment and bragging about your ridiculously high score:

This site is not associated in any way with Wonderlic Test and our sample quizzes are merely designed to offer a similar experience and test scenario.

To take the test, just click HERE, and share your score in the comment section below...if you dare.