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From TheJournal.ie Ireland's youngest Mensa member (he's 6) could read the newspaper before he started school Brainiac

Ireland's youngest Mensa member (he's 6) could read the newspaper before he started school

John Fitzgerald’s parents say they knew he was super intelligent from the age of 12 months.

From TheJournal.ie Are TheJournal.ie writers smart enough for Mensa? Clever Clogs

Are TheJournal.ie writers smart enough for Mensa?

The high IQ society sets the membership bar high – time to see if we’re up to the task.

From TheJournal.ie The Troubles, the parties and the loneliness of intelligence: Ireland's Mensa story Top Of The Class

The Troubles, the parties and the loneliness of intelligence: Ireland's Mensa story

Just what is it like to be among the smartest 2% in the world? TheJournal.ie found out…

How fake ‘celebrity geniuses’ fooled the internet

A story of Mensa, the media and Shakira.

From TheJournal.ie How are gifted young people cared for in Ireland? Gifted Kids

How are gifted young people cared for in Ireland?

TheJournal.ie spoke to the Irish Centre for Talented Youth to debunk some of the myths surrounding exceptionally-abled children and young people in Ireland.

Four-year-old girl joins Mensa with IQ of 159

Heidi Hankins taught herself to read and could count to 40 aged just two years old.