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One out of 50 people qualifies for Mensa...
Are You The One? Curious?

Mensa’s purpose is to identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity, encourage research in the nature, characteristics and uses of intelligence, and provide a stimulating intellectual and social environment for members. The only qualification for membership in Mensa is evidence of being in the top 2% of the general population in intelligence. The two methods of qualifying are prior evidence (from a GRE, LSAT, pre-1/31/1994 SAT, military tests, etc., perhaps taken years ago), or sitting for the Mensa Admission Test.

If you'd like an idea of what the Mensa Admission Test is like (although it's not a prerequisite), you can start with the Mensa Workout, then order the Mensa Home Test. You can find one local journalist's take on her testing session here.

For those interested in admission by prior evidence, American Mensa maintains a list of qualifying scores for some of the approximately 200 accepted tests. Tests not listed may still be eligible: submit your documentation to American Mensa for analysis by our supervisory psychologists on an individual basis. Scores for several common tests may be obtained by contacting:

SAT or GRE   Education Testing Service
Princeton, NJ 08541
(609) 921-9000
ACT   American College Testing Program
Box 163
Iowa City, IA 52243
(319) 337-1313
Miller Analogies   Harcourt Assessment, Inc.
19500 Bulverde Road
San Antonio, TX 78259
(800) 622-3231
LSAT   Law School Admissions Council
(215) 968-1001

 




NH Mensa administers the Mensa Admission Test for prospective members on an occasional basis in venues across the chapter. Testing Sessions often can be conducted relatively spontaneously, and we often can accommodate special requests. To reserve a spot or for further details, contact our Testing Coordinator. For candidates at least 14 years old (the lower limit of Mensa's testing capabilities) but less than 18 years old, parents please complete a Testing Consent Form.

(Observant surfers may be curious about the icon used for all Testing Sessions in the NH Mensa Online Calendar. Read about the "Little Yellow Map Pin.")
 

Confirmed Upcoming Testing Sessions

Date

Time

Location

5/17/2014   10:30am   Weare, NH
5/17/2014   TBD   W. Lebanon, NH
7/19/2014   10:30am   Weare, NH
9/20/2014   10:30am   Weare, NH
10/2014 Mensa
Testing Day
  various*

*Weare

 





Three cheers for our dedicated Proctor Corps!

Richard Conde
Testing Coordinator

 

     
   

Ashley Zanca

Mount Hermon, MA  
      Claudia Spiro Nashua, NH
  Meg Brodhead Keene, NH    
     

Bill Alleman

Weare, NH

If you're already a member, and would be interested in helping keep our chapter
vital by joining the Proctor Corps, have a look at the description in your
NH Mensa Member Handbook, then contact our Testing Coordinator.
 



 

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