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MENSA. This comprehends all goods and necessaries for livelihood. Obsolete.

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Here Mensa have devised a new quiz just for Mirror readers to help you find out whether you might have what it takes.
Incredibly, Amy Beecroft, Madison James, Aaron Soomal, Ryan Mills, Jacub Rayski and Jakob Bannister are not the only Barr Beacon pupils to be welcomed by MENSA.
July 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Brian Mahany, whistleblower lawyer and author, is scheduled to address the Mensa Annual Gathering in Louisville on July 3, 2015.
The test is not suitable for children under 10 and a half, who are admitted to Mensa on the evidence of an educational psychologist.
Mensa is the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world.
It's been estimated that 2% of the population could be eligible to become members of Mensa, so there's plenty of scope for more people from the Cynon Valley to join.
She has been a member of Mensa since 1989 after entering a competition sponsored by the society.
Cerys recently achieved a maximum IQ score of 162 in the Mensa supervised test - beating her dad's score of 142.
About Mensa: Mensa, an international society with the sole qualification for membership standardized testing results in the top two percent of the population, is a nonprofit with a purpose to conduct research in psychology and social science, identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity and foster intellectual and social contacts among members.
The exceptional child has been accepted in to Mensa after tests found she had an IQ of 159, just a point less than science whizz Stephen Hawking.
PEOPLE can find out just how clever they are when a team from Mensa visits Warwick next month.
MENSA has issued a challenge to the people of Cardiff to test their intelligence.