We have an exciting opportunity in October, as our standardized testing is half off – $30 instead of the regular $60 fee! In addition, we currently have the following test session scheduled in this area.

Saturday, October 26, 10:00 am

Central Resource Library
Johnson County Library
9875 W. 87th Street
Overland Park, KS

The test session will be held in the Pickard conference room. Please arrive 10 or 15 minutes early to fill out a registration form. Here is a link to the location description and map on the library website: http://www.jocolibrary.org/locations/central

Please do call or email me to reserve your place for testing. If this session is not convenient, please let me know so I can inform you of future test dates or arrange a testing date to fit your schedule.

The standard tests administered are the Wonderlic Personnel Test and the Reynolds Adaptable Intelligence Test. A score at or above the 98th percentile on either test qualifies you for Mensa membership. We will supply all necessary testing materials. Calculators and other mechanical devices are not permitted. Please be advised that if you have taken either of these tests before with the Mensa organization you may not take them again. Candidates under 14 years of age should contact me for additional information as these tests are not calibrated for that younger age range. A parent’s signature is required if you are under the age of 18.

You will need a photo ID and the $30 fee may be paid by cash, check or credit/debit card at the time of the test. Smoking is not allowed in the library. Drinks in closed containers are allowed.

If English is not your primary language, or if any conditions make testing difficult for you, please contact me to discuss other testing options. A Culture Fair battery of tests is available, but must be scheduled individually.

If you have questions that I have not addressed, or if you would like to arrange to take the test at a different time, please drop me an email or give me a call. I will be glad to help.

If you would like to gain a better understanding of the testing process before you commit to the full test, you might like to try the Mensa Practice Test. You can take the test online through the American Mensa website at: www.us.mensa.org/mht

It is also possible to qualify for Mensa membership by submitting evidence from previously admitted qualifying tests. If you would like more information regarding the test scores accepted and the process for qualifying in this way follow the directions at this link: http://www.us.mensa.org/join/testscores

Editor’s Note: In addition, we currently have the following test session scheduled in the Columbia, MO, area. Testing will begin promptly at 10:00 am. Candidates must arrive by 9:45 am to complete all necessary paperwork prior to the beginning of the exam.

Saturday, October 26, 10:00 am
Columbia Public Library
100 W. Broadway
Columbia, MO

Thanks for your interest in Mensa!

Rhonda Johnston
Testing Coordinator
Mid-America Mensa
(913) 671-8736
[email protected]