no1cowboysfan wrote:Keyser, see post previous to yours. Site with some sample questions on it.
Thanks, I checked it out.
I got 7 within the time limit. Would have had 8 but I was a little slow getting to the last question.
Ok, I didn't realize this was what the wonderlic was all about.
So what do we take from Dan Marino's test?
He doesn't have a great ability to learn based on the test.
But I think his career shows that the test is only a small indication of someone's intelligence.
Obviously as a QB you would have to learn to read defenses and increase your football IQ to become one of the greatest QB's of all time.
How does he do that if he isn't very bright according to a test?
Just think if people actually passed on him due to that score
I guess you can take something from these tests but I know alot of guys that would have missed quite a few of those questions but are by no means dumb or learn things slower than I do.
From my experience, I always got a little nervous come test time and never really did that well on tests.
I guess my point is that a test is a barometer not an exact indication of what someone is capable of doing.
At least I know what a wonderlic test is now