The following questions are provided by the folks at American Mensa, the High IQ Society.
Can you provide the answers?

For the answers, visit our Puzzle and Quiz Answers page.


1. The following 14 letters can be rearranged into a four-word phrase that expresses frustration about fruitless speed.
A A H I D N R R U U Y W T P

2. Match each of the streets in the list on the left with its corresponding city in the list on the right.

1. Rodeo Drive a. Rome
2. Via Veneto b. London
3. Park Lane c. New York
4. Lombard Street d. Beverly Hills
5. The Bowery e. San Francisco

3. Four florists decided to coordinate their deliveries. Each delivered 60 parcels a day in six hours. The drivers had no work for two hours. The florists then combined deliveries. They were then using four trucks. How many trucks would they need to deliver 240 parcels?

4. Find the one three-letter word that can be placed on each line below to form a new word.
___scape
___farer
___side
___son

5. Fill in the following word square using three E’s, two each of the letters A, G, I, N, and T, and one each of the letters D, S, and W (for a total of 16 letters) so that each word can be read across and down.
S I N G
I
N
G


6. An observation is coiled in the grid below. To spell it out, start with one letter and move to an adjacent letter in any direction. (Hint: Start with an A.)
A M M S E T
C O I O H S
E T T R U A
E K E S W D
S P E U E N
M I N T S A

7. All the vowels (including Y) have been removed from the following song line. Can you read it?
B T F L F R S P C S S K S F R M B R W V S F G R N

Bonus Question: On the 1970s TV series All in the Family, what old car did Archie and Edith Bunker sing about during the opening credits?



American Mensa Limited, known as the High IQ Society, is
an organization for individuals who have one common trait: a
score in the top two percent on any supervised standardized
intelligence test. For more information about American Mensa
or to take the Mensa Home Test, visit www.us.mensa.org/americanway
 or call (800) 66-MENSA.

Dr. Abbie F. Salny was the supervisory psychologist for
American Mensa and Mensa International for more than 25
years. She is a coauthor of the Mensa Think Smart Book. Quiz ©
2008 by Dr. Abbie F. Salny and American Mensa Limited from
the Mensa Page-A-Day Calendar (Workman Publishing). The
2008 edition of the calendar is on sale now.