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Questions answered about your scores
Candidates are often curious about their scores on the Mensa Admission Test. Those who test after Jan. 1, 2011, receive their scores with their qualification letters. However, other candidates as well as curious Mensa members can also get their scores.
Can current Mensa members who tested between April 1, 2001, and Dec. 31, 2010, get their test scores?
Can former Mensa members who tested between April 1, 2001, and Dec. 31, 2010, get their test scores?
Can Mensa members who tested prior to April 1, 2001, receive their scores?
I never joined but I took the Mensa Admission test prior to Jan. 1, 2011. Can I get my scores?
Can I get my test scores over the phone or via email?
Can you help me interpret my scores?
What do my scores mean?
Yes. Current members who tested during this time period can receive their scores at no charge by contacting email@example.com or by calling (817) 607-0060 ext. 199.
Yes. For a $15 fee, former members can obtain their scores by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (817) 607-0060 ext. 199.
Yes. For a $15 fee, current members who tested prior to that date can obtain their scores. Because these requests may need additional evaluation, contact the Admissions Manager.
Yes. For a $15 fee, we will send your scores to you. A $15 credit will be applied to your first dues payment when you join.
We cannot give out test scores over the phone. With a written request that includes your name, email address and signature, our Admissions Department can provide you a fax or email with your score information. You can fax your written request to Admissions at (817) 649-5232 or mail it to:
American Mensa, Ltd.
1229 Corporate Dr W
Arlington TX 76006-6103
No. Our Supervisory Psychologist has indicated that we cannot interpret scores on your behalf.
We have a page of information about our test scores and how to interpret them should you wish to calculate an estimated IQ.