October - Prospective Member Testing

October is National Test Month for Mensa…that’s probably why you waited until now…right?

WHO?             YOU!  Along with friends, family, co-workers, and any smart people you like!

WHAT?          Our Standard Mensa Admission Test battery.  It includes a short test and a longer one.

A score at (or above) the 98th percentile on EITHER test qualifies you for Mensa membership!

WHEN?  October 26th, 2013

Registration lasts from 11:30am to 12:00pm.  Test starts at 12:00pm sharp!

Testing will take two hours (including both tests and a break between them).

WHERE?        At Cesar Chavez Library (Laveen, AZ), just west of where of Baseline Rd. crosses W. 35th Ave.

The Cesar Chavez Library is at 3635 W. Baseline Rd., Laveen, AZ 85339.

You can see a map at:  http://www.phoenixpubliclibrary.org/branchinfo.jsp?id=7621

WHY?   Because we like you!

HOW? Seating is limited!  So, please let me know if you want to reserve a seat for the test.

Photo ID is required, so please bring your Driver’s License or Arizona State ID card.

You must be at least 14 years old to test.  Anyone under 18 must have legal guardian present.

Once at the library, the testing fee is $40.  We take cash, check, or credit (only Visa/MasterCard).

AND THEN?  About 4-6 weeks after the test, you will receive a letter (snail-mail) from Mensa.

You will either be invited to join Mensa immediately, or encouraged to try IQ tests, etc., to get in.

You will not be given an IQ score, but you will get your raw test scores.

Again, there are other ways to join if you have a bad test day.

Thank you for showing interest in Mensa!  Please consider joining the (over) 100,000 worldwide Mensa members.

Testing is also available in the Prescott, AZ area upon request.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions. [masked]


Russell Silverberg
Test Coordinator, Greater Phoenix Mensa


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  • Blake


    October 26, 2013

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