Greater New York Mensa

Current information: 

•Greater New York Mensa official web site: 

A group password is required to view the complete calendar on that site. The password is published occasionally in Mphasis.
If you are a member of Greater New York Mensa and have your American Mensa password, you can get that password by logging on here

•Greater New York Mensa Facebook page: 

•Greater New York Mensa Meetup group: (Enrollment on Meetup is required, and then only GNYM members will be approved when they apply to join the group.) 

Old GNYM web site: 

This ( ) is the old site, having information from June 1998 through December 2015, with only limited updates since then. 

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If You Like Puzzles, Try Some of Ours . . .

Many Mensans love to tackle mental puzzles like the ones below. Some you may find easy, others you may not. If you can solve them, you might be one of the five million Americans eligible for Mensa.

Not all questions would be found on an IQ test. The answer to some may represent acquired knowledge in a specific area.


What number is one half of one tenth of one fifth of one tenth of one thousand?


Fill in the missing number. Follow the same logic as the other examples.


There is an eight letter word in the box below. Find the word by starting at the right letter and moving clockwise or counterclockwise, using each letter only once.


There is a word in the English language, the name of an American tree, that contains all the vowels. What is the word?


What two letter Post Office authorized abbreviation comes last in the "A's"?


What does the word "Mensa" mean?

Puzzles provided by Abbie Salny, Ed. D., Mensa's Supervisory Psychologist and noted author of quiz books. Quiz courtesy of American Mensa, Ltd.

Quiz Answers

Want more puzzles?

For more puzzling questions try the Mensa Workout on the Mensa International website or the Puzzle Page on the British Mensa website.

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