Find out your IQ at test by Mensa in city

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PEOPLE are being invited by Mensa to discover their IQ score at a test taking place in Portsmouth.

Everyone who achieves an IQ score within the top two per cent of the population will be invited to join Mensa.

Mensa is also offering a 
free personality profile to anyone who books an Mensa IQ Test.

New members would join more than 110,000 members of The High IQ Society based around the world.

The supervised IQ test session will take place on Saturday, March 16 at 
9.30am at the Portsmouth Central Library and costs £21.50. Chris Tyler, chairman of British Mensa, said: ‘If you are intrigued by IQ and want to discover your potential a Mensa IQ test is the perfect place to find out.

‘Knowing your IQ score is also useful when applying for university or a job – it can give you an advantage over other candidates.’

Mensa has 2,200 members in the south-east region and 45 members in Portsmouth.

To reserve a place on the test book online at or call Helen Oliver on 01902 772771.

You can also email to for more information.