What is Mensa?

Mensa:

[men · suh]

noun

1. an international fellowship organization for people with IQs in the top 2 percent of the general population.

Origin of Mensa

From the Latin word mēnsa table, symbolizing the original conception of the society, “a round table where no one has precedence.”

Related forms

Men·san, noun

~ dictionary.com/browse/mensa

Mensa: The International High-IQ Society

Making It Personal:

Rochester Area Mensa (RAM) provides a fun and stimulating social environment for its members and a forum for intellectual exchange.  We are Rochester's local chapter of Mensa International Limited — the world's oldest and largest high-IQ society — whose sole qualification for membership is a score in the top 2% on any of almost 200 standardized IQ tests.  Rochester Area Mensa offers you an opportunity to join other like-minded people for engaging conversations, witty banter, interesting activities, and productive collaboration.

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Human Brain

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What You Get:

  • Your very own Mensa Membership Card!
  • Mensa vanity email address
  • Mensa Match Registration (w/ Match.com®)
  • The Mensa Bulletin, monthly
  • The Constellation, RAM's monthly newsletter
  • American Mensa's Weekly Brainwave
  • Travel discounts, car rental discounts, & more
  • Diverse Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
  • Special tours and activities
  • Attend Regional Gatherings (RGs)
  • Attend National Annual Gatherings (AGs)

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How

Rochester Area Mensa

Any score at or above the 98th percentile on any one of hundreds of approved tests qualifies you for Mensa.  You can:

Where

Rochester Area Mensa

We give admission tests at a variety of venues in our service area.  Next one is at Gates Community Center.  You can:

When

Rochester Area Mensa

Rochester Area Mensa has test sessions several times a year.  Next up is Saturday, January 19th, 2019 at 1 pm.  You can:

Why

Why Join Rochester Area Mensa

Wow - way too many reasons to list here, but there is a Benefits page and a MUST SEE Video that says it all.  You can:

Let's review:

So far, we told you What;

We've covered How, Where, When, and Why;

The only thing left is “WHO?”

That's You!


Even after making adjustments for... well, everything, we figure there are at least 20,000 Mensans living in our territory who just don't know how smart they really are!

If you're still reading this, you just might be one of them, and we're not kidding!
Learn How to JOIN 

Hi, I'm Leif.
Have you had a chance to watch my video yet?
Mensa Video

Remember: "Who" is YOU!

and you heard it from Rochester Area Mensa!


A Member Benefit: Members Only Content

Log-In or navigate to the Members Only area
(Same User/Password as AML National site)
(Be patient - it takes a moment to let you in.)

Here's a hint:

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tl;dr Alert:  When you see this icon, click or tap for extra info.
To see or to practice, try this one: 

The purpose of Mensa is to: Identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity; Encourage research in the nature, characteristics, and uses of intelligence; Provide a stimulating intellectual and social environment for its members. ~ from the Constitution of Mensa

As an organization, Mensa has no opinions.  Mensa has no ideological, philosophical, political, or religious views or affiliations.

But as individuals, we tend to make up for it:  Mensans usually have two or more opinions on any given topic.  Bright people have the ability to view almost any issue from several perspectives, often simultaneously. 

As an organization, Mensa has no
opinions.  Mensa has no ideological,
philosophical, political, or religious
views or affiliations.

But as individuals, we tend to make up for it:  Mensans
usually have two or more opinions on any given topic.
Bright people have the ability to view almost any issue
from several perspectives, often simultaneously. 

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