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- We have added a link to Excel Easy, a free online tutorial for Excel. So many occupations require proficiensy in Excel that your kids, and even yourself, should get started before confronting an Excel proficiency on a job interview.
- American Mensa is changing the admission test used to qualify candidates for membership. In the near future, American Mensa will be retiring the Mensa Admission Test (MAT) and adopting the Reynolds Adaptable Intelligence Test (RAIT). Both of the proctors of Montgomery-Wiregrass Mensa are now certified to administer the RAIT exam.
- Thanks to those who scored scholarship application essays
- Got a really clever kid? Contact Bob for admission testing on the contact page.
- Did you know Mensa has a selection of email newsletters and an online version of the Bulletin? Sign on to us.mensa.org and click "READ" for more information
about our meetings ...
- We cautiously resume activities with regard to COVID-19.
Follow the guidelines and directives issued by your National, State, and Local governments and take of yourselves.
WASH YOUR HANDS. Conduct your activites as if you were infected.
For CDC guidance click here.
For Alabama Public Health Dept Updates click here.
- Annual Holiday Dinner, Saturday, December 12th, at 6 p.m. Mr. Gus' Ristorante, 6268 Atlanta Highway in Montgomery. As is customary, MWM will pick up the tab for this event. I'm posting this notice early so as many members as possible can make plans to join us. We all understand that, due to the virus, several members may not be able to attend. We will miss you and truly hope to see you again soon! My plan is to reserve the back meeting room for us. The reservation will be under Steve Knuckles and Mensa. Take care and be well! PS: The property owners FINALLY resurfaced the parking lot so they're no need for you to bring your off-road vehicle.
- Our usual meeting time and place is a Saturday late in the month at 6:00 p.m. at places yet to be determined, usually in Troy, Auburn, or Montgomery, occasionally elsewhere. Check here or the Facebook page for updates. We're looking for a more central place that can pull tables together for a more convivial meeting.