I think there is some merit to the test...for certain positions. If you are a QB or offensive lineman or middle linebacker, I want you to be bright. However, certain positions like RB, WR, and CB do not have the same significance. Neither of the top two players on my board last year, AJ Green and Patrick Peterson are in line to join Club Mensa, but they are great football players.
Yikes! I just took the test myself and scored a 13 - it's timed and not as easy as it looks - it said i scored better than AJ Green who scored a 10 - me stupid and need a tootor!
Lol, that test is messed up. On that site they give you 3 minutes and 36 seconds to answer 15 questions. Don't they give you 20 minutes to answer 50 questions on the wonerlic? You should really have 6 minutes to answer 15 questions. So that site is all screwed up.
"Learning disability". Hahah. Our easily offended society will never run out of euphamisms for "completely f**king retarded."
I understand that wonderlic scores are not strongly correlated with NFL performance, but the first 10 questions are gimmes.
A score of 4 means either a complete lack of focus and effort on the test, or a complete lack of brain cells.
Either way, no gold star for him.
Its kind of like every fat person has a thyroid or cortisol disorder, every less than sharp person has a "learning disorder." Not saying that's the case here, but there's always some sort of rationalization of things in such a fashion.
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