JUST WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN TRAINING YOUR BRAIN FOR?
"It's a fun challenge to do in your spare time. I know I'll be playing this game over and over." - wired.com
"If you're going to train your brain using an iPhone game, you're in good hands with Mensa." - The Sunday Times (4/5)
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The official American Mensa Brain Test is now available on iPhone and iPod touch. The worldwide organization for people with an IQ in the top two percent invites you to take the definitive brain test.
American Mensa Brain Test provides genuine Mensa questions of the variety used in official Mensa tests. Dozens and dozens of different questions ensure that every test you take is unique.
Prepare yourself with 5 practice questions as a warm up for the big test. Then see the correct answers with explanations of how they were arrived at.
3 TYPES OF TEST - Randomly generated from a pool of questions.
Short Test (20 questions)
Medium Test (40 questions)
Long Test (60 questions)
Including Logic, Mathematics, Language and Visual.
LOG YOUR SCORE
Gauge your improvement with a local score table and compare your results with the world on the Game Center global leaderboards. (Results aren't uploaded automatically, in case you don't want to share them!)
SHARE YOUR CERTIFICATE
For ultimate bragging rights! Email and text your friends and family or post to Facebook.
WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT JOINING MENSA?
Are you in the top two percent?
Mensa is a worldwide organization for people with IQs in the top two percent. You may take an admissions test from a certified proctor to find out if you qualify for membership. Tests and results are scored by Mensa and kept confidential.
Visit www.us.mensa.org to find out where and how to test.
We also accept about 200 different standardized intelligence tests for membership. A score in the top 2% on one of these tests will qualify you for membership without having to take the Mensa Admission Test.
• iOS 11 support
• Tweaks and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Graduate Student - Math
I should mention something to those who criticize this as "not a valid IQ test." You're right, and it's not meant to be. It's meant to be a fun logic puzzle game, which allows you to practice verbal, spatial, and quantitative reasoning in a way that does not give anyone an unfair advantage when actually taking an official IQ test, such as the Mensa entrance test. This is why they call it "brain test," rather than "IQ test." Just have fun trying to figure everything out, and see how high up on the score board you can get. Try to find new efficient methods to solve problems that you already know the answers to if you figure everything out (btw, it is incredibly time consuming to figure out every answer, so that is a challenge, in and of itself.) Just have fun, and always take an imperfect score as a positive experience, as it allows you to discover new ways to improve your logical reasoning.
Useless and Unrealistic
These questions are very disimilar to the actual mensa test. The questions, in particular, finding the next number in a sequence, are frustrating, because they are not that complicated on the actual Mensa test, and there’s no rationale behind which pattern they’re choosing. They set them up in a particular way and you are left to try a million possible variations of equations (prime numbers?, multiplying?, subtracting?, divining?, a combined?, and finally one that had you add the first two numbers and then subtract the third number, but with the digits reversed...really?!) and hope that you find the right one that lines up with their logic. That’s not measuring your IQ, it’s just hoping that you get lucky and figuring out what kind of zany pattern they’re coming up with. There are literally thousands of possibilities and you could spend all your time going in the complete wrong direction. Very poor test and completely unrealistic to Mensa standards.
Great app except for the same complaint everyone else has: it won't show you what you got wrong or an answer key so can learn how to solve a type of question. So incredibly frustrating. I can save the screen on my phone and go back and solve it later at my own pace, but it would be nice to have a solution guide. I hope the developers read the same criticism over and over from different folks and take heed!
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.