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- 1. Pre-purchase testing
Pre-pay your testing session fee with an American Mensa Testing Voucher. You'll be emailed a uniquely numbered voucher to present when visiting one of our test locations.
- 2. Print an application
To submit evidence of prior testing, please complete our application, print and mail to the address listed.
- 3. Interpret your score
American Mensa offers two test batteries that may qualify you for membership, and American Mensa will release to you the raw scores from these tests. To learn what your percentile rank and estimated IQ are, you will need to convert these raw scores.
- 4. Take the admission test
The Mensa Admission Test takes two hours to complete and includes two tests featuring questions involving logic and deductive reasoning. If you score at or above the 98th percentile on either of the two tests, you'll qualify and be invited to join Mensa.
- 5. Qualifying score FAQ
Get answers to your frequently asked questions about the process of joining American Mensa through qualifying test scores.
- 6. Qualifying test scores
American Mensa accepts scores from approximately 200 different standardized intelligence tests as proof of membership qualification. Often potential members have taken acceptable tests at other times in their lives and don't realize they may already qualify for membership. While this is not a complete list, here is more information about the tests applicants most often ask about.
- 7. Gifted youth admission
With the help of our Testing & Admissions Department, your daughter or son may quickly qualify for Mensa membership in one of two ways: by taking the Mensa Admission Test or by submitting evidence of prior testing.
- 8. Submit qualifying testing
Prospective members can apply by submitting evidence of scores from prior intelligence testing. Many people find this a quick and easy way to qualify for Mensa membership.
- 9. JOIN
More than six million people qualify for membership — that's really one person in every 50. Most don't realize that they qualify and haven't considered membership. Joining is easy.