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Mensa is an international society free from all racial, political or religious distinctions. Mensa is a round table society where race, beliefs, gender, age, sexual orientation, wealth, national origin or social and educational background are irrelevant. Membership in Mensa is open to people who have attained a score within the upper two percent of the population on an approved IQ test that has been properly administered and supervised. There is no other qualification or disqualification for membership eligibility.

What is Mensa? Mensa is a non-profit organization run by members for the benefit of members and society at large. Mensa has three stated purposes: To identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity, To encourage research in the nature, characteristics and uses of intelligence, To promote stimulating intellectual and social opportunities for its members.


I.Q. (intelligence quotient) in general, is an assessment of your ability to think and reason.

IQ score is a standardized way of comparing this ability with the majority of people the same age as you are. A score of 100 means that compared to these people in your general age group that you have basically an average intelligence. Most psychologists would say those scoring in a range of 95 to 105 are of a normal intelligence or have an average IQ. Keep in mind, there are many outside factors that may have a negative impact on your score. For instance, if you are not feeling well at the time of taking the test. Or perhaps you are distracted by something on that particular day.