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The Mensa Quiz Book 2017

Ever wondered what it takes to become Brain of Mensa? Well now you can find out, as some of the toughest questions from the annual brain-busting competition have been collected together in a book for the first time.

The Mensa Quiz Book sorts the illustrated questions into easily-navigable sections - and, of course, the answers are included!

05 Oct 2017

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Johnny Ball - Inspire17

Television presenter and self-confessed maths nut Johnny Ball will join a host of top speakers for Inspire17, a whole day of fun and inspiration for bright sparks and their families.

Johnny, whose zany madcap style has been inspiring young mathematicians and scientists for more than 50 years, will be bringing his unique interactive show to Birmingham on June 3 for a joint collaboration between British Mensa, Potential Plus UK and GT Voice.

25 Apr 2017

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Dr Anna Remington

The employability of people with autism was in the spotlight at an exclusive Mensa event in London.

Auticon, a recruitment consultancy which actively seeks to find opportunities for autistic people, hosted the packed event at The Foundry in London.

09 Mar 2017

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Many websites and social media apps claim to be "Mensa" IQ tests but they have nothing to do with us. Taking these tests is good fun, and many have very good content, but the scores they generate can't be verified.

There are currently NO online IQ tests that can qualify you as a Mensa member.

The only way to qualify for membership is to achieve a qualifying score on a supervised, standardised test organised by Mensa, or through a recognised qualifying test administered by a psychologist.

20 Jan 2017

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Activity workshops for children are again on offer as part of British Mensa's innovative partnership with the Westwood Academy.

The sessions will all be held at the academy in Coventry. Activity days are separated by age - for four to six-year-olds, seven to nine-year olds and 10 to 12-year-olds - and the remaining dates are available to book now.

10 May 2017

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Mensa archivist Ian Fergus was on the BBC WOrld Service's Witness programme this morning, talking about how Mensa was formed 46 years ago.

The programme also includes some fascinating archive recordings of former president Victor Serebriakoff talking about the early days of the society and how it developed into the international organisation of today.

A link to the programme is available here

 

 

03 Oct 2016

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