Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by ehcrossing, Jan 25, 2014.
Take the Wonderlic Test and find out. I gotta 24.
I took it half drunk while eating a sandwich. Got a 30.
Really puts people like Radio Vince in to perspective. That Texas admissions office did excellent work getting him in to UT.
I was hardly paying attention while I was breezing through the test as I saw that I would run out of time and had to guess at a few. I know I beat Vince young
I made it to question 50 and didn't submit it in time and they wouldn't give me my score.....it sent me all the way to the start.
I think Vince beat you.
Wow, I totally forgot our own Mo Claiborne put up a 4!!!
Vince beat him.
We should have drafted the Stanford cornback. #25
Here are the 5 lowest in history
(Tie) 4. QB Oscar Davenport (North Carolina) - 6
(Tie) 4. RB Frank Gore (Miami FL) - 6
3. Edward "Pig" Prather (Mississippi State) - 5
(Tie) 1. Morris Claiborne (LSU) - 4
(Tie) 1. Darren Davis (Iowa State) - 4
I know for certain I answered 30 correctly. The next ten I'm iffy about, and the last ten I completely guessed because I was running low on time and hoped for the best. And then...."you ran out of time. Question 1."
So your saying Morris Claiborne got 4 right out of 50? Am I right?
not to toot my own horn but
You scored 50
That's better than Ryan Fitzpatrick. He scored a 48
Fitzpatrick, a Harvard graduate, was featured in an episode of FX's The League which focused on his high Wonderlic score.
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I would have to guess he answered a handful and just put his pencil down.
Some are yes or no questions. Only the write-ins would be unanswerable.
Mo admitted he didn't take it seriously.
Which makes zero sense.
I can't imagine why anyone would set themselves up for criticism over something like the Wonderlic. You could probably score a 20 if you picked out the simple math questions.
I thought it was revealed he actually had some sort of problem reading or something like that.
I got 31 of the first 32 but ran out of time on question 33. It is definitely an easy test but I am so far removed from taking tests and being in that student mindset that I could barely focus correctly and found myself being distracted by the tiniest thing. To think that someone that is actually in college and a full study/learn/take test routine could make a 4 is mind-boggling.
How can he in the NFL then? I thought you had to be smart to learn the playbooks.
I think the way he has played demonstrates he probably was confused by a lot of these questions.
And he hasn't learned the playbook yet.