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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBlairThomasFumble View Post
    This test sounds QUITE rigorous:



    It definitely sounds harder than the Wonderlic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece View Post
    It definitely sounds harder than the Wonderlic.
    Are the Wonderlic questions made available to the public? I always wondered what kind of questions were asked besides the ever so popular do you like girls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetBidi View Post
    Are the Wonderlic questions made available to the public? I always wondered what kind of questions were asked besides the ever so popular do you like girls?
    Sample questions [edit]

    Similar to other standardized tests, the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test presents its questions in an open response format that becomes increasingly more difficult as one progresses through the test.[5] The types of questions that have appeared in the oldest versions of the Wonderlic Test include: analogies, analysis of geometric figures, arithmetic, direction following, disarranged sentences, judgment, logic, proverb matching, similarities, and word definitions.However, the questions may take different angles depending upon the ‘intelligence’ of the question setters. [1][5][8] Practice questions will include:
    When a rope is selling 20 cents per 2 feet, how many feet can you buy for 30 dollars?
    Which of numbers in this group represents the smallest amount? a) 0.3 b) 0.08 c) 1 d) 0.33
    Abbreviated, unofficial versions of the test are available online.[18][19] While these tests are not nearly as complex as the original Wonderlic test, nor authorized by Wonderlic, they follow many of the same concepts.
    A simplified and condensed version of the Wonderlic test appears in newer editions of the Madden NFL video game series.[4] The Madden version of the test is taken in "Superstar Mode" portion of the game, to make the game experience more realistic, although, it is now optional.[20][21] The questions usually consist of basic math and English questions. For example, "If LaDainian Tomlinson rushes for 125 yards in a game, how many yards will he have at the end of the season if he keeps up with this pace?". Players have four answers to choose from when taking this version of the test.[22]

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    Quote Originally Posted by SONNY WERBLIN View Post
    The runner rule is born of the reality that people made a living out of getting close to college players -- hanging out with them, buying them stuff, etc.. -- and then basically told the real agents, pay me, if you want my man to sign with you. Runners are a parasite infecting the system.

    In addition to Geno's new agents perhaps violating the Runner-ban by using Jay Z, it also a a violation of the NFLPA regulations for an Agent to solicit a client who is already under contract with another agent.

    Hopefully, Geno will just rid himself of this headache by deciding to go with someone like Tom Condon.
    But again, just because Jay-Z is a celebrity, his agency IS Legit and he has CERTIFIED Agents. This isn't like some two-bit operation from the back of a van, you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece View Post
    Sample questions [edit]

    Similar to other standardized tests, the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test presents its questions in an open response format that becomes increasingly more difficult as one progresses through the test.[5] The types of questions that have appeared in the oldest versions of the Wonderlic Test include: analogies, analysis of geometric figures, arithmetic, direction following, disarranged sentences, judgment, logic, proverb matching, similarities, and word definitions.However, the questions may take different angles depending upon the ‘intelligence’ of the question setters. [1][5][8] Practice questions will include:
    When a rope is selling 20 cents per 2 feet, how many feet can you buy for 30 dollars?
    Which of numbers in this group represents the smallest amount? a) 0.3 b) 0.08 c) 1 d) 0.33
    Abbreviated, unofficial versions of the test are available online.[18][19] While these tests are not nearly as complex as the original Wonderlic test, nor authorized by Wonderlic, they follow many of the same concepts.
    A simplified and condensed version of the Wonderlic test appears in newer editions of the Madden NFL video game series.[4] The Madden version of the test is taken in "Superstar Mode" portion of the game, to make the game experience more realistic, although, it is now optional.[20][21] The questions usually consist of basic math and English questions. For example, "If LaDainian Tomlinson rushes for 125 yards in a game, how many yards will he have at the end of the season if he keeps up with this pace?". Players have four answers to choose from when taking this version of the test.[22]
    The only thing easier is the CPA exam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2® View Post
    The only thing easier is the CPA exam.
    That's because there's only 3 choices for each multiple choice question...

    A. Debit
    B. Credit
    C. Shred the document

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