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  • edited April 2017
    I never could figure out what the point is of joining an organization like that.
  • edited November -1
    If the test example wasn't in French, I might have a snowballs chance, as I'm generally good with pattern recognition. But perhaps I'm supposed to know the French language to be deemed smart enough... ;-). Don't really have time for google translate right now.
  • edited April 2017
    Tres bien compatriot Citizen NKYTA
  • edited November -1
    I'm smart. With or without a membership at a club. What do these Mensa folks do anyway?
  • edited April 2017
    I took it in French. (Je parle. Oui.) I will keep my score to myself. I'm into the whiskey. but...

    First part - look at the figures, which one is next in the series,

    Next, of the 5 figures, which 2 do not belong,

    Then, of the 5 figures on the right, which one completes the sequence

    Then, what number completes the series

    What domino completes the figure

    Bonne Chance ;)
  • edited November -1
    Red, I went to a Mensa meeting, years ago. A bunch of self-interested men, talking about themselves. Skip it.

    KP-- Merci-- To all interested in this question, my advice, find the Columbo episode "The Sky High I.Q." That pretty much sums it all up.
  • edited November -1
    One of my kids
  • edited November -1
    This reminds me of the old Groucho Marx line.

    "I don’t care to belong to any club that will have me as a member"

    That is what I think of Mensa.
  • edited April 2017
    There are many high IQ clubs or "societies." Mensa has the one of the lowest bars for admission--98th percentile. Pi and Mega are 99.9999 percentile if you're looking for exclusivity or bragging rights.
  • edited April 2017
    I am thinking that if you are willing to pay fees to join a club so that you can identify yourself as a smart person - shouldn't that effectively disqualify yourself.
  • edited November -1
    but they have an awesome cribbage club
  • edited November -1
    I second @reed's comment quoting Groucho.

    Perhaps as one reaches a certain age, self-congratulatory organizations become less important.
  • edited November -1
    The corner tavern has an awesome cribbage club and it is free.
  • edited April 2017
    I qualified to join, never saw the point. I work with a lot of really smart people, many of whom would qualify to join, don't know of any who are members. I had a lot more fun coaching at the local Little League than I expected I would ever have had in Mensa.
  • edited April 2017
    I don't know much about Mensa but there is one organization I've joined. All you have to do is buy the car but it helps if you bought the stock early.

    It doesn't denote increased intelligence but chances of having an amazing time are optimized daily.

    Post here with your results.
  • edited April 2017
    part 1 c, a, e, b, d, e (?)
  • edited April 2017
    If they're so smart why don't they do something to help the planet, like Elon!
  • edited November -1
    part 2 (b,d), (b,e) (c,d), (a,e) (d,e) (d,e ??))
  • edited April 2017
    part 2 last one should be (c,d)
  • edited November -1
    Sean Spicer?
  • edited April 2017
    part 3
    a, d, d, e(?), d, e
  • edited November -1
    part 4

    81, 256, 235, 35, 6 (?), 324, 8711, 44, 112, 31000
  • edited November -1
    part 5

    (2,0), (0,1), (3,4), (1,1), (0,6), (2,2), (4,1), (4,2), (0,6), (2,0), (5,3)
  • edited November -1
    30
  • edited November -1
    Your chances of success to monitored tests are average, but we invite you to come and try!

    bastages!!
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