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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Free Printable Wonderlic Practice Test Sample Questions (1-150) Part IX

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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.
 Please print and practice and PASS (PPP)

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%
 
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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%.
 
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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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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

New and Free GMAT Practice Test Sample Questions (1-125) Part VI

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Free and New GMAT Practice Test Sample Questions 2013-14

This is my 5th blog post on GMAT free practice questions. In the first blog we saw how to prepare for GMAT. In this blog you will some more practice questions. You can find all answer in red in the middle of blog. In this part of test you will find grammatical errors practice.
You can also use this test for other English related exams.

Free and New GMAT Practice Test Sample Questions 96-110

 

Product Details

96. Question
The contract for the service will expire shortly.
a. change
b.continue
c. end
d begin
e extend

97. Question
Much of the work is routine.
a usual
b redundant
c easy
d.elementary
f.difficult
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98. Question
The staff is a very industrious group of people.
a.cultured
b.polite
c. busy
d.rowdy
e.disciplined

99. Question
A tendency to overwork.
a. refusal
b.reluctance
c. determination
d. leaning
e.policy

100. Question
The activities were subsidized.
a. successful
b.supported
c.appreciated
d.needed
e.required
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101. Question
Call to confirm the appointment.
a. delay
b. cancel
c. verify
d postpone
e change

102. Question
Pursue the matter.
a. protest
b. question
c. challenge
d. follow-up
e. deny

103. Question
The components are complex.
 a.facts
 b.parts
 c.numbers
 d.arguments
 e.styles

104. Question
The speaker reiterated the message.
a. excused
b. repeated
c. confused
d. debated
e. argued

105. Question
A resounding success.
 a.unmistakable
 b.questionable
 c.repeating
 d.loud
 e.deserved
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Answer key -Free and New GMAT Practice Test Sample Questions 96-110

Question 96 = c
Question 97= a
Question 98 = c
Question 99 = d
Question 100 = b
Question 101 = c
Question 102 = d
Question 103 = b
Question 104 = b
Question 105 = a
Question 106 = 17
Question 107 = March
Question 108 = $560
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106. Question
In printing an article of 48,000 words, a printer decides to use two sizes of type. Using the larger type, a printed page contains 1,800 words. Using smaller type, a page contains 2,400 words. The article is allotted 21 full pages in a magazine. How many pages must be in smaller type?

107. Question
The hours of daylight and darkness in SEPTEMBER are nearest equal to the hours of daylight and darkness in:
a.June
b.March
c.May
d.November

108. Question
Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $9,000, Y invests $7,000, Z invests $4,000. If the profits are $4,800, how much less does X receive than if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount invested?

109. Question
Assume the first two statements are true. Is the final one?
Tom greeted Beth. Beth greeted Dawn. Tom did not greet Dawn.
a.true
b.false
c.not certain?

110. Question
A boy is 17 years old and his sister is twice as old. When the boy is 23 years old, what will be the age of his sister?

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