Smart singles dating site

Unlike those geeky stalwarts, the Denmark-based Intelligent wants to focus less on nerdy matchmaking and more on frustrated adults hoping to find someone at their Mensa level.

The IQ test is the biggest game-changer for the site, for better or worse.

I found that if you have a high IQ, but not high enough to join Mensa, there really wasn't anywhere else to go — until now.

For smart young professionals, here's how I would break down the space:- Free sites (OKCupid, Tinder, Plenty of Fish, etc.): chock full of candidates; if you're on a tight budget, you can give these a try...

but be prepared to sink a lot of your time into scrolling through wholly unattractive people (physically and mentally).

It’s too early to say if the site’s IQ test is flawed, but it's obvious elitism is the name of the game for specialized dating sites like this one.

Both Hogg and I consider ourselves to be relatively intelligent people, but clearly we had issues with determining the circle-square-dot-squiggly-line sequence. The Danish site has been up for three weeks and has close to 1,300 members.

Since intelligence for me is an important characteristic in my future partner, I thought it would be interesting to use an intelligence test to sort by.

You can also use the site for social networking if you are not looking for dating, but would merely like to meet other people with high IQ’s.

The downside (or upside if you get in) is that you must first receive an invitation to join since they screen everyone to make sure they qualify as smart/successful/attractive/etc.- Coffee Meets Bagel: you are shown one possible match per day.

If both of you indicate interest, you are introduced. It's basically Tinder slowed down to a glacial pace.

That intelligence firewall isn’t hurting the numbers yet: Within 24 hours of the U. Trine Jensen: I found that general dating sites were getting too big, and it was difficult to find the people that I was interested in on those sites.

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