The Wonderlic test is given to prospective NFL draftees to test how they process information. A single-digit score means you are not the brightest player out there (Vince Young scored a 6 the first time he took it), while 50 is considered perfect (Harvard grad and onetime Bengals punter Pat McInally has the only confirmed 50).
Colts quarterback Peyton Manning scored a 33, while Dallas' Tony Romo had a 37. The test administered to NFL draftees is 50 questions that has to be completed in 12 minutes. Here is a sample shorter test you need to complete in 2:30. I scored 8 out of 10 for a score of 40. Post how you did in the comments, but only take it once.