Yeah, I think few people take the actual Mensa test. They submit tests taken elsewhere. I took a comprehensive test battery at the State Job service in Peoria, IL. The IQ test was only part of that. Dexterity tests (I scored 72 in the manual, 27 in the finger
- these are all percentiles, btw); clerical recognition tests - scored 99 in that. It was easy, but I could have completed more of it (rarely does anyone complete any of these tests) if I hadn’t kept double-checking my answers. It simply had two words - well, essentially, two of the same word, and you had to respond “same” or “different.” I double-checked the “same” ones, but the different ones stood out like a sore thumb, showing how foolish I was to double check). There were numerical tests, can’t remember how those worked, some kind of math stuff, I think, spatial perception. Can’t remember how I did on that, although I’ve still got the results around somewhere. The IQ test was completely separate from everything else. It also included an interest test. In the IQ test, I scored the highest anyone ever had in that office. The head of the office had been the highest scorer before I came along.