Upcoming Mensa Admission TestWarm up your gray matter this spring with the Mensa Admission Test!
Saturday, April 25, 2020
Harlem Road Community Center
4255 Harlem Road, Amherst, NY 14226
Doors open at 10:00am, test begins at 10:15am.
There is a $60 processing fee, payable in cash, credit card, or a check made out to "American Mensa, Ltd."
Alternatively, you can purchase a testing voucher online and bring the printed voucher to the test as your payment.
Contact: Serena Tabor at (716) 949-7629 or email@example.com - Walk-ins are welcome, but please call or email if possible.
Take the Mensa Practice TestThe Mensa Practice Test is a fun way to discover if you are Mensa material. While this timed test will not qualify you for membership, it does offer an equivalent score that correlates to your IQ range and provides a strong indication of your likelihood for success should you choose to take our admission test.
The Mensa Home Test can be taken online, and it will be scored immediately. It won't give you the experience of taking a supervised test in a controlled environment, but it will give you a better understanding of the types of questions you'll find when you take the Mensa Admission Test.
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Want to apply for our scholarship? Visit the scholarship page.
Western New York Mensa is a local chapter of American Mensa, which is part of Mensa International. We are part of Region 3, the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley Region. Our group covers all of Erie, Niagara, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties; and parts of Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming, and Allegany counties. The major cities in our coverage area are Buffalo, Niagara Falls, and Jamestown. As of March 2017, we have 236 members.
Mensa is a society whose only requirement for membership is a score at or above the 98th percentile on a standardized IQ test. It provides members with intellectual stimulation and the opportunity to socialize with other bright people locally, regionally, and nationally. It is a not-for-profit organization that has no opinions, and takes no stands on any political, religious or social issues. Mensans as individuals, however, have many different opinions. The only thing that they all have in common is a high IQ.