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The Mensa Admission Test takes two hours to complete and includes two tests featuring questions involving logic and deductive reasoning. If you score at or above the 98th percentile on either of the two tests, you'll qualify and be invited to join Mensa.
Our online directory of local officers is especially helpful for members looking for SIGHT contacts, for locating Area Coordinators within their groups, or for getting in touch with their LocSecs or Editors. The online officer directory is updated each business day!
American Mensa is proud of the opportunities it provides folks to play games, relax and have a good time. There's something here for everyone; play early and often, and we welcome you to stay as long as you'd like.
While CultureQuest® might be considered a trivia game or competition, its intent has always been to promote and test cultural literacy. Mensan teams of up to five members gather in their neighborhoods on a single day across the U.S. and Canada and compete for cash prizes and bragging rights.
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