Match Wits with American Mensa: Test Your Trivia Smarts

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1999 - Games - 96 pages
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Calling all trivia buffs! Compare yourself to the cream of the crop as you field the same questions that were sent to members of American Mensa with an interest in trivia or puzzles. The percentage of members who got the question right is given along with the answers. Pit your IQ against theirs in five different categories: Movies and Television; Music, Arts and Letters; Sports and Games; Places; and History and Science. Here's a sampling of the brain crunchers you'll tackle: * Two Best Picture winners have had abbreviations in their titles. Name either. * Who is third on the list of career home run leaders? * Which planet has the most moons? You just might find out that you're a trivia genius! Answers: Mrs. Miniver and Kramer vs. Kramer; Willie Mays; Saturn. The author lives in New York, NY. 96 pages, 5 3/8 x 8 1/4.

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User Review  - sealford - LibraryThing

As a member of MENSA, I noticed that this book contained a few problems that would be of MENSA caliber, but most of them would never make it. Overall, it's not a bad book to read over if you are interested in exercising your brain. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
4
Sports and Games
31
Travel and Geography
43
History and Science
55
Brainbusters
67
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About the author (1999)

Gordon was an editor at Games magazine and his crossword puzzles have appeared in the New York Times, New York Newsday, and TV Guide, among others.

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