Frequently Asked Questions
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Mensa is a society for bright people whose IQ score is within top 2 percent of the population. The word "Mensa" means "table" in Latin. Mensa is a round-table society, where race, color, creed, national origin, age, politics, educational, religion or social background are irrelevant.
Mensa provides a platform where you can meet and interact with people with similar mind. As a member, you can choose to join any SIG (Special Interest Group) available within the society and meet people with similar interest! You can also get to know more friends around your neighborhood through LG (Local Group). What's more exciting is that you'll get the chance to meet with foreign Mensans through SIGHT (Service of Information, Guidance, and Hospitality to Travellers) programme whenever you travel abroad or someone visits us! Apart from that, we also have interesting events going on throughout the year.
For more info, please see Member Benefits.
There is a regular admission test being held at 2.00 p.m. on every second Sunday of the month in the Klang Valley, at Eye Level SS2, 74, 2nd Floor, Jalan SS2/60, SS2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia (Google Map). All you need to do is register online at the link below, bring your IC/MyKad or passport (for non-Malaysians), sit for the IQ test (Mensa Admission Test) and score of 148 and above to qualify for Mensa membership.
For other cities, please go to Test Info to locate the city nearest to you.
If your city is not in the list, please contact National Testing Coordinator to arrange a testing session.
For more info, please see Test Info.
If you believed that you have made a wrong payment to Malaysian Mensa, please send an e-mail to email@example.com with your payment information. Refund will be issued within 10 business days.
Depending on the case, a penalty might be incurred.
Currently, Malaysian Mensa does not provide any merchandise sale over the internet, hence a shipping method is not available.
In Malaysian Mensa, we are committed to protect your data privacy to stay in line with Personal Data Protection Act (PDPM) 2010 Malaysia.
As a non-profitable organization, we do not sell, share or trade customer's personal information collected on or off the line to third parties for any commercial purpose.
According to Malaysian Mensa constitution, a member will allow the Society to print his/her name in a Directory of members.
All personal information collected during membership registration, membership renewal, event registration, merchandize purchase et cetera are strictly to be used or shared within our organization and/or to official third parties in collaboration for the following purpose:
- To identify one as active member
- To deliver membership benefits such as magazine, e-magazine, event invitations, et cetera
- To provide up-to-date society status to members
- To allow us to administer your membership for society processing
- To conform to legal requirements or comply with legal process
- To carry out financial transactions in relation to membership and/or merchandize purchase
If you are not satisfied with the way in which the society handles your personal data, please don't hesitate to contact us.
The recommended age for candidates is 14 years old and above.
Malaysians as well as foreigners who are residing in Malaysia are welcomed to sit for the Mensa Admission Test.
Mensa test is for candidates aged 14 and above. Please consult your family doctor to recommend a psychologist to have your kid assessed on the level of IQ.
A regular monthly testing session is conducted every 2nd Sunday of the month at 14:00pm in Mensa Headquarter. Mensa Admission Test is also conducted at events organized by Malaysian Mensa or any collaborated events.
For other states out of Mensa HQ, you will need to contact the local testing officers to arrange a testing session.
For more info, please see Testing Information.
The Mensa Admission Test is a culture-fair test that has no language (non-linguistic) and no mathematics or numbers (non-numeric). All the questions consists of pictures (graphic-form) and it is an objective or multiple-choice test.
There are a total of 36 multiple-choice questions with 8 choices of answer.
40 minutes is allocated. There will be no bonus given for answers submitted earlier than allocated time, so use your time fully.
The test is a supervised test conducted by a testing officer who is also a Mensa member.
The score is marked by the National Testing Proctor (NTP).
Your result will be sent by post to you within 6-8 weeks, in a letter signed by the NTP and addressed only to you to the address you have filled in the answer sheet. No one else knows your score other than the NTP.
If your score is at or above the 98th percentile (148), you have qualified to be a Mensa member and a Membership Application form will be sent to you together with your result.
The maximum score is 180.
Each candidate has to pay RM50.00 (Ringgit Malaysia Fifty only) prior to taking the test.
Yes, you can sit for the test again after a lapse of 12 months.
Please register online if you are taking the test in Klang Valley and come at least 15 minutes before the test starts.
Once you're registered, you will get notified in case the regular testing session is cancelled due to festive seaon or other unforeseen reasons.
You need to bring only your IC (or passport if you are a foreigner) and the testing fee of RM50. All other materials will be provided by Mensa.
Please contact the National Testing officer to arrange for group testing.
We are able to arrange group testing if the time and place permits.
We will also go to your premises to conduct a group testing session if there are sufficient number of candidates.
No. Mensa only conduct Mensa Admission Testing for the sole purpose of admission to the society.
We do not provide/sell testing materials to the public.