A conference to celebrate World Intelligence Day is being hosted by Mensa, an international organisation for people who possess a high IQ.
World Intelligence Day is on Monday and the New Zealand chapter of Mensa is hosting its conference this weekend at the Stardome in Cornwall Park.
Saturday morning's sessions are free and open to the general public. IQ testing sessions will also be offered on Saturday, at a cost of $10, or $5 for students and unwaged, to give people a chance to see if they qualify to join Mensa.
Membership is available to people with an IQ in the 98th percentile (top 2 per cent) of the population. Visit intelligence day.com/en/ for a conference programme, to register or book a test.
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