Wonderlic : Recognizing duplicate pairs of names or titles

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Example Questions

Example Question #5 : General Knowledge And Recognition

Wilson Ramos AND Wilson Ramos

Dr. Kevin Banks AND Dr. Kevin Banks

D'Angelo Wilson AND DAngelo Wilson

DeMarcus Crossly AND DeMarcus Crossly

How many of the given pairs are exact duplicates of one another?

Possible Answers:

1

4

3

2

Correct answer:

3

Explanation:

All of these pairs of names are duplicates, with the exception of "D'Angelo Wilson and DAngelo Wilson." Oe of these names includes an apostrophe and the other does not. 

Example Question #1 : Recognizing Duplicate Pairs Of Names Or Titles

Examine the following ten names. How many pairs of exact duplicates are there?

Wiles, Andrew

Newton, Issac

Turing, Alan

Bowen, Rufus

Rudin, Mary

Turing, Alan

Bown, Rufus

Willes, Andrew

Newton, Issac

Ruddin, Mary

Possible Answers:

Five

Two

Four

Three

One

Correct answer:

Two

Explanation:

The names are rearranged in alphabetical order, by last name.

The duplicated names appear in boldface:

Bowen, Rufus

Bown, Rufus

Newton, Issac

Newton, Issac

Rudin, Mary

Ruddin, Mary

Turing, Alan

Turing, Alan

Wiles, Andrew

Willes, Andrew

The correct response is two.

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