The Wonderlic test has been a staple of the NFL Draft Combine for years and the test scores from players have been big news each draft season in recent memory, from Johnny Manziel’s 32 to Jameis Winston’s 27. The Wonderlic has a long history before it was used in the NFL, as it was one of the first short form tests for cognitive ability. The test has been used in education, by businesses and even the military. The Wonderlic test includes 50 questions to be answered in 12 minutes and the generally accepted average score is a 20. This site enables you to practice for the Wonderlic test with a free quiz very similar to the ones used to calculate the scores of NFL players. Take a shot at either the 10 question or 50 question Wonderlic sample test and decide for yourself if you can outsmart football's top signal callers.