Think you're smart? Put your brain to the test

The Cleveland Area Mensa social club is testing for new members Saturday at Sandusky Library.
Sandusky Register Staff
Oct 16, 2012

Mensa is a club of individuals who have an IQ in the top 2 percent of the population. There are 57,000 members in the U.S. and 110,000 members worldwide.

Statistically, about 500 people in the Sandusky area will be eligible to join.

The club hosts events including dinner meetings with speakers, regional gatherings in the Midwest, weekend parties with games and tournaments and special interest groups for every hobby, occupation or lifestyle.

There is no admission committee or sponsor -- just pass the test or show prior IQ evidence qualifying yourself.

IQ tests will be administered at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Sandusky Library. Testers must pre-pay a $40 fee online at www.us.mensa.org. Bring a buddy and you both can test for $40.

Mensa accepts scores from more than 200 standardized tests you may have already taken. Check us.mensa.org/testscores to see if you already qualify.

Comments

goofus

According to this blog, all democrat Obozo supporters will be there!!! LMAO
Just bring your Obozo money and your cell phone!!!!

phroggy

Ever take a "Mensa test"? I've taken a few just for grins. It's quite interesting!

Phil Packer

My Ego Needs Special Attention