A Brilliant from Puerto Rico

by Onofre Jusino
(San Juan, Puerto Rico)

I just passed the Mensa IQ test ( intelligent test) with a score of 146 ( brilliant/genius) and I want to let you know that I am very happy to receive my official certificate and to be part of this unique organization of very intelligent people. The test gave me a great opportunity to know the feeling that I had concerning my intelligence. Thank you.

Cordially
Onofre Jusino,Puerto Rico

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Como coger el examen
by: Daniel Riverq

Como puedo coger un Mensa test en Puerto Rico? Hay oficinas en Puerto Rico?

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Child's IQ
by: Anonymous

Can a Puerto Rican three-year-old child take an IQ test? If so, how should the child's parents apply? A friend has a wonderfully bright child.
Cheers

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puertorican with 135 I.Q
by: Ramon Aponte

I took an I.Q test using The international High I.Q Society and scored 135 the test is free of bias and was recommended to take a test with mensa. Id love to find out if I am part of the 1%er's. I am presently located in NYC it would be beautiful to confirm what ive always felt about myself an join an organization of great minds being that ive always felt like i dont fit into normal topics of discussion with my friends and it would help me understand my place in society better... thanks for inspiring me as a fellow puertorican

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mensa provides numerical score
by: Anonymous

Not true. I paid for and did the test by Mensa. It replied in a letter with my numerical score and which percentile my test results placed me in. For your info, this is the Singapore branch of the Mensa society.

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Excellent congratulation
by: Anonymous

Don't worry about the anonimous people, they are always anonimous.
I am glad you have that opportunity to take a test like this. I am afraid to take one.
A. Hawk

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Excelente
by: Wanda Collazo

Wow! Lo felicito!

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LYING
by: Anonymous

Agree with the MENSA MEMBER...HE'S JUST LYING

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MENSA BALONEY
by: Anonymous

The fellow who claimed he just passed a MENSA test with a score of 146 is probably lying. MENSA does not return numerical scores to its applicants... you are simply informed if you make it into the top 2% or not.

....a mensa member

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