The representative will send you a practice wonderlic and a link to the universities official wonderlic test
Realize the wonderlic has a .7 correlation to the WAIS (I think)
Take the test and convert your score
No need to take the WAIS, unless you care about your sub scores.
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Wonderlic is a decent test, but I think that the last time anyone's compared the Wonderlic to the WAIS for convergent validity purposes was Dodrill all the way back in 1981 to examine the cognitive functioning of brain-injured patients.
Thanks for bringing that up. I searched and found: https://englelab.gatech.edu/articles/2015/Hicks,%20Harrison%20and%20Engle%20(2015).pdf
Scored a 48. I usually scorearpubd a 46. But there is a wicked hard SLE test where I “only” scored a 40.
Yes. The reason why WAIS-IV FSIQ is something one can hang their hat on as gold standard is precisely because the number of g-loaded subtests from various cognitive domains establish reliability. Even a subtest whose correlation with g is .8 still leaves a lot of room for measurement error.
Interesting. Page 35 of this PDF seems to imply that a score of 39 on the Wonderlic would be equal to a 1600 on the pre-2005 SAT. https://www.keiseruniversity.edu/wp-content/uploads/catalogs/2017-2018-archives/KU-UndergraduateCatalog-Vol17-4.pdf
A score of 39 is in the 99+th percentile if I remember correctly. Maybe they are using the percentiles to convert to SAT scores? (Though I highly doubt it would be that accurate).
I took the Wonderlic Mental aptitude quick test. 30 questions, 8 minutes. Scored a 31 (1.66 points for every right answer on the quick test) or 19 raw. 18 raw or a score of 29 was the cut off for the accounting program. The test seemed too easy to be a serious measure of IQ, Im sure that with practice anyone can do well on it.
I should also mention I completed all 30 questions with 2 minutes to spare, and was able to go back and review my answers, correcting 2 of my answers for long worded math type problems. The difficulty level was low enough to allow spare time.
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