Wonderlic Basic Skills Practice Test for Westwood College

Quantitative Skills Form QS-A

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Wonderlic Basic Skills Test– Quantitative Skills Form QS-A

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Perform the arithmetic indicated in questions 1–6. 1. 58+79= A.129 B.139 C.137 D.127 4.

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67×2= A.134 B.124 C.129 D.144

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6386+999= A.7387 B.6387 C.6385 D.7385

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437×7= A.2819 B.3024 C.3059 D.2804

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76-34= A.52 B.38 C.42 D.28

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280÷8= A.35 B.32 C.45 D.38

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Solve each of the applied arithmetic problems in questions 7–12. 7. 8. 9. Elenaworked38hourslastweek and36hoursthisweek.Howmany hoursdidsheworkinthetwoweeks? A.64 B.74 C.2 D.68 Anelectronicsstorehad182 customersonThursday,443on Friday,and509onSaturday.How manycustomersdidthestorehave inthosethreedays? A.1,135 B.1,244 C.1,144 D.1,134 Suzannaearned$65intipson Friday.Shegave$18ofthetipsto thebusboy.Howmuchdidshehave left? A.$57 B.$47 C.$37 D.$83 10. TheWilsons’foodbudgetis$90per week.Theyhavealreadyspent$41 thisweek.Howmuchisleftintheir foodbudgetforthisweek? A.$41 B.$59 C.$49 D.$51

11. Eachboxbelowcontains14hammers.

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Intotal,howmanyhammersare containedintheboxes? A.50 B.70 C.19 D.9 Lindafound4boxesoffilefoldersin thecloset.Eachboxcontained24 filefolders.Inall,howmanyfile folderswereintheboxes? A.28 B.20 C.86 D.96

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Perform the math operations indicated in questions 13–20. 13. 683÷8= A.84Remainder11 B.85Remainder3 C.76Remainder6 D.76Remainder7

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1/5+1/7= A.12/35 B.2/12 C.1/35 D.1/6 1/6 + 1/8 = A.1/7 B.1/48 C.7/24 D.2/14

14. 304÷23= A.12Remainder18 B.2Remainder6 C.13Remainder5 D.12Remainder28

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15. 272÷64= A.4.25 B.3.75 C.4.50 D.4.75

18. Reduce15/21toitslowestterms. 19. A.3/21 B.5/7 C.3/7 D.6/21

16/9isequalto: A.16/9 B.7/9 C.12/3 D.17/9

20. Whichofthefollowingnumbersis thesmallest? A.3/7 B.1/3 C.5/6 D.9/14

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Solve each of the applied math problems in questions 21–25. 21. Kate’shatcost$23.40,hergloves cost$7.20,andhercoatcost$74.95. Howmuchdidthethreeitemscost? 22. 23. A.$117.45 B.$106.55 C.$105.45 D.$105.55 Ben’smonthlycommuting...