Is your mind-blowing right now because you can’t figure out exactly what Temple Grandin made up the creative worksheet answers for her Wonderlic? Well, here’s how to do it, and this way even the smart kids will know what to get from the sheet.
First of all, this is a science fair project and should be understood as such. Therefore, any logical, intuitive questions you might have will not be answered. If you want to learn more about the Wonderlic, then go read some books or even watch some TV shows about the Wonderlic. However, at this point, just don’t expect to be given the right answers for it.
However, there are times when Temple Grandin did go and get the answers for the worksheets. And if you can find the original high school workbook that she used, then you can probably find what she has on her computer and will be able to come up with her answers.
The high school science fair project worksheet answers for the Wonderlic are different from the ones that people are familiar with. The standard version of this worksheet is not what she used. What she had on her computer is the one that says you are going to go over some information, and then you will get to make a list of the answers you got.
She actually did use an original high school version, but you would have to buy the book and then check the original to see if it is available online. Sometimes it is; however, the most common version is the one that is used in college labs.
So, if you can find the original, then you can at least get some of the answers to her Wonderlic. You may have to check a few out though, depending on what worksheet you do have available to you.
After you get the answers for the high school version of the Wonderlic, then go ahead and start filling them in. Try to follow her directions closely, so that you can build on it and create something similar for your science fair project.
Go ahead and look up Temple Grandin’s information online, to see what she was doing with the worksheet answers. With her book, you should be able to get a fair amount of information on it.