## Free Printable Wonderlic Practice Test Sample Questions for 2013-14

This is my 9th blog on free Wonderlic Practice Test Sample Questions. Wonderlic Personnel Test (WPT) is a general test of problem solving ability that many consider to be the best measure of intelligence.

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Free Printable Wonderlic Practice Test Sample Questions bonus 136-150

Q 136

If a discount of 25% off the retail price of a desk saves Mark $45, how much did he pay for the desk?

A.$135

B.$160

C.$180

D.$210

E.$215

Q 137

A customer pays $1,100 in state taxes on a newly purchased car. What is the value of the car if state taxes are 8.9% of the value?

A.$9.765.45

B.$10,876.90

C.$12,359.55

D.$14,345.48

E.$15,745.45

Q 138

How many years does Steven need to invest his $3,000 at 7% to earn $210 in simple interest?

A.1 year

B.2 years

C.3 years

D.4 years

E.5 years

Q 139

Sabrina's boss states that she will increase Sabrina's salary from $12,000 to $14,000 per year if she enrolls in business courses at a local community college. What percent increase in salary will result from Sabrina taking the business courses?

A.15%

B.16.7%

C.17.2%

D.85%

E.117%

**Answers & Explanations- Free Printable Wonderlic Practice Test Sample Questions bonus 136-150**

**136. A: The original price of the desk may be found by solving the equation, 0.25x = 45. Thus, x = 180. However, this is the original price of the desk. Since he saves $45, he pays $45 less, or $135.**

**137. C: The following equation may be used to find the value of the car: 1,100 = 0.089x. Solving for x gives x ≈ 12,359.55. Thus, the value of the car is $12,359.55.**

**138. A: The formula, I = Prt, represents the amount of interest earned, for a particular principal, interest rate, and amount of time. Substituting 210 for I, 3000 for P and 0.07 for r gives: 210 = 3000(0.07)t. Solving for t gives t = 1. Thus, he will earn $210 in interest, after 1 year.**

**139 B: The percent increase may be modeled by the expression, (14,000-12,000)/12,000, which equals 16.7%.**

**140. E: The equation, 0.35x = 70, may be used to solve the problem. Dividing both sides of the equation by 0.35 gives x = 200.**

**141. B: The problem may be modeled as x = 0.05(2000). Thus, 100 is 5% of 2000.**

**142. C: The problem may be modeled as 90x = 27. Dividing both sides of the equation by 90 gives x = 0.3 or 30%.**

**143. D: The percent increase may be modeled by the expression, 0.75/15.50, which is approximately 0.048, or 4.8%.**

**144. A: The first part of the problem may be modeled with the equation, 45 = 1.2x. Solving for x gives x = 37.5. 80% of 37.5 may be written as 0.80(37.5), which equals 30.**

**145. C: The formula, I = Prt, represents the amount of interest earned, for a particular principal, interest rate, and amount of time. Substituting 600 for I, 2500 for P and 0.06 for r gives: 600 = 2500(0.06)t. Solving for t gives t = 4. Thus, she will have to wait 4 years to earn $600 in interest.**

**146. C: The second part of the problem may be modeled with the equation, 12 = 0.15x. Solving for x gives x = 80. Thus, the number is 80. 35% of 80 may be written as 0.35(80), which equals 28.**

**147. C: The sale price of the computer is 80% of the regular price. Thus, the following equation may be used to solve the problem: 1600 = 0.80x. Solving for x gives x = 2000. Thus, the regular price of the computer is $2000.**

**148. B: The following equation may be used to solve the problem: 0.25=(39,000-x)/x. Multiplying both sides of the equation by x gives 0.25x = 39,000 - x. Adding x to both sides of the equation gives 1.25x = 39,000, where x = 31,200. Thus, the cost of the SUV to the dealer was $31,200.**

**149. E: The problem may be modeled by the expression, 49,000 - (0.20(49,000)), which equals 39,200. Thus, he had to sell the car for $39,200.**

**150. B: The attendance of employees and spouses may be modeled as 1/2+1/3, or 5/6. Thus, 1/6 of those, in attendance, who are not employees or spouses, is approximately 16.7%.**

Q 140

35% of what number is 70?

A.100

B.110

C.150

D.175

E.200

Q 141

What number is 5% of 2000?

A.50

B.100

C.150

D.200

E.250

Q 142

What percent of 90 is 27?

A.15%

B.20%

C.30%

D.33%

E.41%

Q 143

Jim works for $15.50 per hour for a health care facility. He is supposed to get a 75 cent per hour raise at one year of service. What will his percent increase in hourly pay be?

A.2.7%

B.3.3%

C.133%

D.4.8%

E.105%

Q 144

If 45 is 120% of a number, what is 80% of the same number?

A.30

B.32

C.36

D.38

E.41

Q 145

How long will Lucy have to wait before her $2,500 invested at 6% earns $600 in simple interest?

A.2 years

B.3 years

C.4 years

D.5 years

E.6 years

Q 146

What is 35% of a number if 12 is 15% of a number?

A.5

B.12

C.28

D.33

E.62

Q 147

A computer is on sale for $1600, which is a 20% discount off the regular price. What is the regular price?

A.$1800

B.$1900

C.$2000

D.$2100

E.$2200

Q 148

A car dealer sells a SUV for $39,000, which represents a 25% markup over the dealer's cost. What was the cost of the SUV to the dealer?

A.$29,250

B.$31,200

C.$32,500

D.$33,800

E.$33,999

Q 149

After having to pay increased income taxes this year, Edmond has to sell his BMW. Edmond bought the car for $49,000, but he sold it for a 20% loss. What did Edmond sell the car for?

A.$24,200

B.$28,900

C.$35,600

D.$37,300

E.$39,200

Q 150

At a company fish fry, ½ in attendance are employees. Employees' spouses are 1/3 of the attendance. What is the percentage of the people in attendance who are not employees or employee spouses?

A.10.5%

B.16.7%

C.25%

D.32.3%

E.38%

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