High IQ society Mensa to hold test in Rochester
By MariaSoleil | Friday, March 15, 2013, 16:47
HIGH IQ society Mensa are to hold a test in Rochester.
IQ society Mensa are to hold a test in Rochester (Stock photo: Dr Stephen Dann | Flickr)
The supervised two and a half hour session will be held in the Visitor Information Centre at 1.30pm on Saturday 27 April.
Test papers will then be marked and returned to participants in confidence.
Anyone who registers an IQ score which places them in the top two per cent of the population is invited to join Mensa.
Free personality profiles will be offered to everyone who books to attend a Mensa IQ test.
The IQ test is only suitable for persons over the age of ten and a half years.
Chairman of British Mensa Chris Tyler said: "There are a variety of reasons why people take the IQ test, many are simply curious or want to challenge themselves, others do so for university applications or CVs, as a high IQ can be beneficial, it can make you stand out as a candidate.
"Many of those that take the test are pleasantly surprised by their IQ score."
The test costs £21.50; to book a supervised Mensa IQ test in Rochester, click here.