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Basic Skills Test –Practice TestWonderlic Basic Skills TestPractice Test SeriesQuantitative Form QS-APRACTICE TEST 2003-2011 Wonderlic, Inc.

E.F. Wonderlic, 1952“We must keep goingat this high level ofachievement, and tryto achieve even betterresults as we gainmore years of maturity,and new teaching andlearning methods arediscovered.”– E.F. WonderlicWelcome to the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test Practice Test.Since 1937, more than 200 million people throughout the world have been evaluated with Wonderlic assessments inpursuit of new and exciting career training and employment opportunities.The Wonderlic Basic Skills Test is a standardized test of adult math and language skills that is commonly administeredby schools and employers across the United States. This booklet contains questions which represent the content andaverage difficulty f the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test – Quantitative Skills. The questions and specific ontexts contained inthis booklet do not appear on any published form of the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test. Correct answers are provided insidethe back cover.The U.S. Department of Education has determined that a student’s level of proficien y with the math and language skillsrepresented in the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test is fundamental to his or her success in career training. Furthermore, theU.S. Department of Labor has deemed these skills to be critical for satisfactory job performance across a broad range ofoccupations.Wonderlic, Inc. wishes you great success in working toward new and higher levels of achievement! 2003-2011 Wonderlic, Inc. www.wonderlic.com 800.323.3742Unauthorized duplication of this booklet in part, or in full, is a violation of federal law and strictly prohibited.

Tu r n th e Pa g et o beg in r ev iew in g s a mpl eq u es t io n s f o r t h eWonderlic Basic Skills Test–Q uantitative SkillsForm QS-ACorrect answers are provided inside theback cover of this booklet. 2003-2011 Wonderlic, Inc. www.wonderlic.com 800.323.3742Unauthorized duplication of this booklet in part, or in full, is a violation of federal law and strictly prohibited.

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 1Perform the arithmetic indicated in questions 1–1–6.1.58 79 A.B.C.D.2.3.1291391371276386 999 A.B.C.D.5238422867 2 A.B.C.D.5.738763876385738576 - 34 A.B.C.D.4.437 7 A.B.C.D.6.1341241291442819302430592804280 8 A.B.C.D.35324538Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 2Solve each of the applied arithmetic problems in questions 7–7–12.7.Elena worked 38 hours last week and36 hours this week. How many hoursdid she work in the two weeks?A.B.C.D.8.An electronics store had 182customers on Thursday, 443 onFriday, and 509 on Saturday. Howmany customers did the store have inthose three days?A.B.C.D.9.647426810. The Wilsons’ food budget is 90 perweek. They have already spent 41this week. How much is left in theirfood budget for this week?A.B.C.D.11. 41 59 49 51Each box below contains 14 hammers.1,1351,2441,1441,134Suzanna earned 65 in tips onFriday. She gave 18 of the tips tothe busboy. How much did she haveleft?In total, how many hammers arecontained in the boxes?A.B.C.D.A.B.C.D. 57 47 37 83507019912. Linda found 4 boxes of file folders inthe closet. Each box contained 24file folders. In all, how many filefolders were in the boxes?A.B.C.D.28208696Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 3Perform the math operations indicated in questions 13–13–20.13. 683 8 A.B.C.D.A.B.C.D.17.12 Remainder 1812 Remainder 613 Remainder 512 Remainder 2815. 272 64 1/ 5 1/ 7 A. 12/35B. 2/12C. 1/35D. 1/684 Remainder 1185 Remainder 376 Remainder 676 Remainder 714. 304 23 A.B.C.D.16.1/ 6 1/ 8 A.B.C.D.1/ 71/487/242/1418. Reduce 15/21 to its lowest terms.A.B.C.D.4.253.754.504.7519.3/215/ 73/ 76/2116/9is equal to:A. 1 6/9B. 7/9C. 12/3D. 1 7/920. Which of the following numbers isthe smallest?A.B.C.D.3/ 71/ 35/ 69/14Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 4Solve each of the applied math problems in questions 21–21–25.21. Kate’s hat cost 23.40, her glovescost 7.20, and her coat cost 74.95.How much did the three items cost?A.B.C.D. 117.45 106.55 105.45 105.5522. Ben’s monthly commutingexpenses are 109.32 for his trainticket, 16.45 for parking, and 68.00 for the bus. How much arehis monthly commuting expenses?A.B.C.D. 125.77 173.77 193.77 293.7723. A company budgeted 3,050 tospend on advertising. So far, thecompany has spent 1,764.25 of thebudget. How much money is left inthe budget?A.B.C.D.24. A nursery sells apple trees at 24.95each. A landscaper bought 8 treesfrom the nursery. What was the totalcost of the trees?A.B.C.D. 199.60 169.24 19.96 16.9225. A repaving crew is putting a newsurface on 79 kilometers of road. Theyhave completed 28 kilometers. If theyrepave 3.4 kilometers per day in thenext several days, how many more dayswill it take them to finish?A.B.C.D.1532.514.523 4,814.25 1,385.75 1,285.75 1,386.75Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 518feetRefer to the picture below to solve the problem in question 26.26. A 6-foot tall man is standing near a tree on level ground as shown in the pictureabove. If the man’s shadow is 4 feet long, how many feet tall is the tree?A.B.C.D.271210872Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 6Refer to the graph below to solve each of the applied quantitative problems inquestions 27–27–29.Round-and-Round RecordsJazz Records bruaryMarchAprilMonth27.About how many more jazz recordswere sold in April than in February?A.B.C.D.28.7501,8502,950950Two percent of the jazz records soldin April were from a new label. Abouthow many records were from the newlabel?A.B.C.D.29.March sales accounted for 1/7 of thetotal number of jazz records sold allyear. About how many jazz recordswere sold all year?A.B.C.D.7,40010,5009502208080040400Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 7Solve for the positive values of ‘y’ forthe equations in questions 30–30–33.30.y-7 8A.B.C.D.31.2(x - y) 8A.B.C.D.32.where x 6248102y(4 - x) x/2A.B.C.D.33.12151101/ 21/ 441(1/3 )y2 12 5xA.B.C.D.where x 2where x 399 1/ 93 1/ 33Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 8Solve each of the appliedapplied quantitative problems in questions 34–34–38.34.A farmer has 7 3/4 rows of radishesin one field, 4 3/4 rows of radishes inanother field, and 6 1/4 rows ofradishes in a third field. How manyrows of radishes does he havealtogether?A.B.C.D.35.36.18 3/417 7/1217 1/217 3/4The main road in Belleville is 7 3/10miles long. So far, 2 3/4 miles havebeen repaved. How many miles havenot been repaved?A.B.C.D.4 11/205 11/204 1/ 65 1/ 6Four friends went out for dinner.The bill, including tax, totaled 64.00. If they want to leave a 15%tip and want to share the bill and tipequally, what should each personpay?A.B.C.D.37.The Williams family wants tocover one wall in their living roomwith 1-foot square mirror tiles.The wall measures 8 feet by 10feet. How many mirror tiles willthey need to cover the wall?A.B.C.D.38.8101880Kenji has 8 apple trees that eachproduces about 20 bushels of apples,and 12 apple trees that eachproduces about 25 bushels. In total,about how many bushels of applesdo his trees produce?A.B.C.D.45900460300 16.00 18.40 18.00 73.60Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 9Refer to the diagram below to solve each of the basic geometry problems inquestions 39–39–41.FORMULAS YOU MAY NEEDPete’s Logo DesignCIRCLE:CircumferenceC 2πr πdAreaA πr2CYLINDER:AVolumeV πr2 hAreaA 2 πr2 πdhπ 3.1439.Pete is designing a company logo bydividing a circle into five equal pieshaped sections as shown in thediagram above. How many degreesare in angle A?A.B.C.D.40.36 72 50 100 41.If Pete wants to paint the entirecircle of his logo blue, how manysquare inches will he need to cover?A.B.C.D.31.415731450Pete plans to put silver coloredribbon around the circular logo.About how many inches of silvercolored ribbon will he need?A.B.C.D.36020.031.462.8Go on to the next page#

WBST Sample Questions —Form QS-APage 10Solve each of the applied quantitative problems in questions 42–42–45.42. How many 1 2/3 yard lengths of wirecan be cut from 25 yards of wire?A.B.C.D.43.41 2/31023 1/315Joan received a discount of 4.80 ona book that originally cost 60. Whatwas the percent of discount shereceived?A.B.C.D.44.55.2%44.8%8.0%80.0%Dr. Warren purchased some medicalsupplies for 670. Sales tax rate was6.5%. How much did Dr. Warrenspend on these supplies?A.B.C.D.45. 43.55 711.25 4355.00 713.55Last year, about 2,400 peopleparticipated in a local Fourth of Julyparade. This year, about 3,200 peopleparticipated. What was theapproximate percent increase inparticipation?A.B.C.D.END OF PRACTICE TEST25%50%75%33%

“We must keep goingat this high level ofachievement, and tryto achieve even betterresults as we gainmore years of maturity,and new teaching andlearning methods arediscovered.”– E.F. Wonderlic 2003-2011 Wonderlic, Inc. www.wonderlic.com 800.323.3742Unauthorized duplication of this booklet in part, or in full, is a violation of federal law and strictly prohibited.

Question #Wonderlic Basic Skills Test Sample Questions Profile– uantitative Skills Form QS-AQuestion #Math Level*Primary Skills Set RequiredFull Correct AnswerCorrect Answer11Perform basic math operations on whole numbers137C121Perform basic math operations on whole numbers7385D231Perform basic math operations on whole numbers42C341Perform basic math operations on whole numbers134A451Perform basic math operations on whole numbers3059C561Perform basic math operations on whole numbers35A671Perform basic math operations on whole numbers in an applied context74B781Perform basic math operations on whole numbers in an applied context1,134D891Perform basic math operations involving whole monetary units in an applied context 47B9101Perform basic math operations involving whole monetary units in an applied context 49C10111Perform basic math operations involving whole numbers in an applied context70B11121Perform basic math operations involving whole numbers in an applied context96D12132Perform multiplication and division on whole numbers85 Remainder 3B13142Perform multiplication and division on whole numbers13 Remainder 5C14152Perform multiplication and division on whole numbers4.25A15162Perform basic math operations on proper, improper fractions and mixed numbers12/35A16172Perform basic math operations on proper, improper fractions and mixed numbers7/24C17182Perform basic math operations on proper, improper fractions and mixed numbers5/7B18192Perform basic math operations on proper, improper fractions and mixed numbers1 7/9D19202Perform comparisons of fractional magnitudes1/3B20212Perform basic math operations involving fractional monetary units in an applied context 105.55D21222Perform basic math operations involving fractional monetary units in an applied context 193.77C22232Perform basic math operations involving fractional monetary units in an applied context 1,285.75C23242Perform basic math operations involving fractional monetary units in an applied context 199.60A24252Compute rates, proportions, and percentages in an applied context15A25263Compute rates, proportions, and percentages in an applied context27A26272Evaluate and interpret line, bar, or pie graphs in an applied context750A27282Evaluate and interpret line, bar, or pie graphs in an applied context40C28292Compute rates, proportions, and percentages in an applied context10,500B29303Evaluate, simplify and solve variable expressions and equations15B30313Evaluate, simplify and solve variable expressions and equations2A31B323D33323Evaluate, simplify and solve variable expressions and equations333Evaluate, simplify and solve variable expressions and equations342Perform basic math operations involving fractional units of measure in an applied context18A34352Perform basic math operations involving fractional units of measure in an applied context41A35362Compute rates, proportions, and percentages in an applied context 18.40B36373Perform multiplication and division on whole units of measure in an applied context80D37382Perform multiplication and division on whole units of measure in an applied context460C38393Understand and compute geometric angles, lengths, areas, and volumes in an applied context72 B39403Understand and compute geometric angles, lengths, areas, and volumes in an applied context62.8D40413Understand and compute geometric angles, lengths, areas, and volumes in an applied context314C41423Perform basic math operations involving fractional units of measure in an applied context15D42432Compute rates, proportions, and percentages in an applied context8.0%C43442Compute rates, proportions, and percentages in an applied context 713.55D44453Compute rates, proportions, and percentages in an applied context33%D45* Math levels established in accordance with job-related General Education Development (GED) skills content published by the U.S. Department of Labor in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT). 2003-2011 Wonderlic, Inc. www.wonderlic.com 800.323.3742Unauthorized duplication of this booklet in part, or in full, is a violation of federal law and strictly prohibited.

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