The series follows Tinsley Mortimer, New York's most talked-about "Park Avenue Princess", and her circle of often-controversial friends.
Runtime: 30 minutes
High Society - High IQ society - Netflix
A high IQ society is an organization that limits its membership to people who have attained a specified score on an IQ test. The oldest and best-known such society is Mensa International, which was founded by Roland Berrill and Lancelot Ware in 1946. Other societies are Intertel, founded by Ralph Haines in 1966; the Triple Nine Society, founded in 1978; the Prometheus Society; and the Mega Society.
High Society - Some societies - Netflix
- Cerbals Society - Unknown Members Top 0.3% ( 99.7th Percentile; 3 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 141.9 )
Some societies, including widely known societies such as Mensa, accept the results of standardized tests taken elsewhere. Those are listed below by selectivity percentile (assuming the now-standard definition of IQ as a standard score with a median of 100 and a standard deviation of 15 IQ points): Mensa International – as of May 2017, ~134,000 members from ~100 countries; current annual dues as of November 2017 for American Mensa are $79 (dues differ by country); Life membership cost varies by age. Top 2 percent of population (98th percentile; 1 person out of 50; approximately IQ 130): Intertel – as of January 2014, 1,300-1,400 members; annual dues are $39 Top 1 percent (99th percentile; 1 out of 100; approximately IQ 135): International Society for Philosophical Enquiry – Membership figures not published; annual dues are $50. (Website lists several nonexistent or unresponsive email addresses). Top 0.1 percent (99.9th percentile; 1 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 146): Triple Nine Society – as of November 2017, 1,800+ members from 46 countries; annual dues are $10; Life membership is $183. Top 0.1 percent (99.9th percentile; 1 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 146): Prometheus Society – as of January 2014, ~120 members; annual dues are $10. Top 0.003 percent (99.997th percentile; 1 out of 30,000; approximately IQ 160) (not reliable with current tests): Mega Society – as of January 2014, 26 members Top 0.0001 percent (99.9999th percentile; 1 out of 1,000,000; approximately IQ 171.3)