There are members in every state and territory. Members meet regularly either in private homes or at functions. There are State newsletters publicising local events.
If you enjoy brain-teasers, stimulating articles and lively exchanges of views, you'll appreciate TableAus, the monthly magazine, which incorporates the Mensa International Journal. If you like to discuss world problems or the latest in science and technology, you're sure to find like-minded people at a Mensa event. Perhaps you just want to relax and exchange repartee with others who'll get your jokes and add their own quips. Many find Mensa a welcome relief.
Mensa offers opportunities to meet people, exchange ideas and make new friends at your intellectual level. Quick minds are welcomed; instant communication and comprehension are the rule rather than the exception.
How do you join?
You can sit one of Mensa's supervised testing sessions or supply prior evidence of an independent verified IQ test taken elsewhere.
Supervised testing sessions are held regularly around Australia.
As part of the aim to foster human intelligence, Mensa can provide grants for research and to assist gifted children reach their potential.
There are Special Interest Groups known as SIGs and assistance for travellers through the SIGHT program.
Lively, discussion also takes place on the Mensa Facebook pages.
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