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What's Included

  • Four full-length Wonderlic Basic Skills practice tests - 190 Q&A
  • All question types as seen on the real test with fully detailed explanations and score reports
  • Eight different study guides including: back to basics, Wonderlic study guides, and time management tips
  • Immediate online access and no downloads, no ebooks, no headaches
  • Hundred of interactive Wonderlic test style questions with clear answer explanations 
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About

To become a Subway franchise owner, you will need to take the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (WBST). Wonderlic is one of the most common pre-employment cognitive ability tests, and it is often given to job applicants during the recruitment process. At JobTestPrep, we provide exclusive Wonderlic-style test practice and free sample questions to help you feel prepared and confident throughout the Subway hiring process. 

 


What is the Subway Wonderlic Test?

There are many variations of Wonderlic tests, which assess candidates' capabilities in terms of their cognitive knowledge, ability to follow instructions, and adapt to new and challenging situations. After you finish filling in the application to become a Subway franchise owner, you will be requested to take the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (WBST). The WBST, in particular, is a short-form assessment test which measures your basic English and math skills.

Subway Wonderlic Test Format

The Subway Wonderlic Basic Skills Test is comprised of two sections: verbal (50 questions) and quantitative (45 questions). Each section is 20 minutes long, making the test 40 minutes long in total.

 

The verbal test section consists of five subjects:

Sentence Construction: moving around words to construct sentences

Grammar: finding errors, pronoun-antecedent agreement, and capitalization

Vocabulary: Choosing the right word to complete a sentence and defining vocabulary words

Reading Comprehension: Using short texts to answer questions

 

The quantitative test section consists of six subjects:

Fractions: Changing and comparing fractions

Algebra: Solving basic mathematical equations

Numbers & Operations: Performing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems

Geometry & Measurement: locate the different types of measurements

Data Interpretation: Analyzing graphs and charts

Applied Word Problems: Percentages, rates, time, decimals, and ratios

 

Subway Wonderlic Test Question types

The Wonderlic Basic Skills Test measures your general knowledge and skill set. During this exam, you may be asked to calculate percentages, extract data from graphs, and assess brief texts. Questions posed often involve daily situations. Being capable of performing simple activities such as writing reports or sending a work email can portray one's skills and cognitive abilities. The Wonderlic Basic Skills Test questions aim to evaluate how well one can pinpoint important information within a text, think logically, manipulate numbers, and articulate themselves through writing.

 

Subway Wonderlic Test Scores

The Wonderlic Basic Skills Test separates scores for the verbal and quantitative exam sections. Each of these tests are graded out of a total score of 500, and each section will be marked. An average Wonderlic Test score is usually 20-21, which is approximately an IQ score of 100. Candidates who are taking the WBST when applying for a job are unable to acquire information regarding the required score expected to receive the desired job, yet they get a basic idea of what to expect by looking at sample score reports.

You can find out more about our free online Wonderlic sample test by clicking here.

Subway Wonderlic Sample Questions

Sample question: 

Solve the following arithmetic problem:

34+84=





 

34+84=118

The correct answer is D.

Using the last digit technique we know that the answer's last digit is 8 (4+4), Therefore we can eliminate answers B and C.

Sample question: 

In this question we need to choose the correct form of the verb deliver. Since the end of the end of the sentence tells us that the speech was given last week, "deliver" must be in past tense.

Thus, the correct way to complete the sentence is:

The candidate delivered his speech last week.

The correct answer is C.


Start Preparing the Right Way for Your Subway Wonderlic Test

Passing the Subway Wonderlic Test is a crucial step on your way to becoming a Subway franchise owner. Ensure your success at this step with the help of JobTestPrep! We offer you with a comprehensive preparation pack that covers all the topics found on the actual test, such as personality profile assessments, helpful Wonderlic test tips, score reports, solving techniques, and study guides that will sharpen your verbal and math skills.

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