North Texas Mensa Social Network
Many are suprised when they pass the test. It requires so little time and if you pass, you have the opportunity to meet intelligent people every day. Check out our calendar and you will see. More events at private homes are visible only to logged in members. It is so much fun being around people that understand your dreams, ideas, and humor. You will wish you joined sooner!
There is an online mini test that you can take to see example questions. Click here for information about the next real test and to see a Google map and picture of the location . Click "Read More" for qualifications.
The event calendar reveals that we are an active group with a wide variety of ways to participate including parties, bicycling, group trips, and community service. The "Things I'd Never Do On My Own" or T.I.N.D.O.M.O. is one of our Special Interest Groups.
Qualification for membership is a score at or above the 98th percentile on any of a number of standardized IQ tests. Click here to see the list of tests and current qualifications on the national site.
Mensa is a not-for-profit organization whose main purpose is to serve as a means of communication and assembly for its members. Members receive the American Mensa Bulletin and the International Journal, and are welcome at events around the world. Members that reside in our area receive the M-Aura bulletin and access to the member section of this site.
North Texas Mensa is a local chapter covering the Dallas area; roughly, zip codes from 75000-75399.