Join Mensa

We know what you’re thinking. “How do I join?”, right?

Maybe, “I’m not sure that I’ll qualify.” or “I never made good grades in school.”

The truth of the matter is that, in the U.S. alone, 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. You’ve at least considered membership, or you wouldn’t be reading this now.

So how do you join? It’s easy. You can become a member of American Mensa in one of two ways:

  • And anyone can submit evidence of prior testing in the form of scores from a supervised, standardized test like the Stanford Binet, the Miller Analogies Test or the GMAT.

In either case, if you’ve scored in the top 2 percent, you’ll qualify for membership in American Mensa.

How old do you have to be to join Mensa?  Our members range in age from 3 to 105.

Most of our events are open to the public.  If you like what you see (which we’re very confident that you will), you should consider joining.  In addition to the social gatherings, there are over 150 special interest groups (SIG’s), resources, and so much more.

I joined Mensa just three years ago when I was 30 years old, but I took a test when I was seven years old that qualified me.  I missed out on 26 years of Mensa membership benefits.

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