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Mensa Practice Test Promotion

Mensa Practice Test Promotion

It is often stated that intelligence is simply defined as ‘the ability of a person to adapt to change’. If this is so for you (at a high level) then you may want to learn more about joining up with a high IQ society like American Mensa and Mid-America Mensa. Do you...

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News & Notes

Picnic and White Elephant Auction Sunday, August 8th at 2:30 pm Auction at 4:00 pm Shelter #10 at Shawnee Mission Park 7900 Renner Road, Shawnee, KS Like everything else in the time of Covid-19, things will be a little different at our first all-M, in-person event...

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Mensa LG Testing Incentive

Mensa LG Testing Incentive

It is often stated that the distribution of intelligence test scores is shaped like a bell curve when it is explained by experts. If you feel this is so for how you could score, then you may want to think more about testing with a high IQ society like American Mensa...

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Walkabout KC In July, we’ll head over to Corporate Woods Founders Park and then go south along the greenway linkage. A greenway linkage is a wonderful open space of land that is set aside for public use and which connects two or more locations via a course through...

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Mensa Practice Test Promotion

Mensa Practice Test Promotion

It is often stated that intelligence is simply defined as ‘the ability of a person to adapt to change’. If this is so for you (at a high level) then you may want to learn more about joining up with a high IQ society like American Mensa and Mid-America Mensa. Do you...

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News & Notes

Theodore Talks We closed out May activities with our very first lecture in MAM’s new Theodore Talks series. Dr. John Laudun <johnlaudun.org> gave a very interesting, thorough, and complete discussion of Vernacular Knowledge: Looking for Intelligence in...

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Mask Wearing at MAM Events

As you may know, since the start of the pandemic, adhering to CDC and local guidelines precluded scheduling nearly all of our in-person get togethers. On May 13th, the CDC revised their guidelines, so that fully vaccinated people can now gather in small and large...

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MAM Wins Ruby Award

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