The next Mensa Philippines qualifying exam will be on October 8, 2016, at the Marsk Training Rooms, Marsk Building, Aurora Boulevard corner Balete Drive, Quezon City.
Test sessions will be held every hour from 9:00am to 4:00pm. The test typically takes 40 minutes to complete.
Walk-ins are welcome, but Mensa recommends those interested to pre-register for the test at the links found here.
The test fee is Php800, and all test-takers are required to bring a valid ID with photo. Undergraduate students may avail of the discounted price of Php500 if they show a current school ID.
Membership to Mensa Philippines is open to anyone who scores in the top 2 percent of this qualifying exam. The minimum age to take the Mensa test is 14 years old.
Mensa has over 110,000 members around the world, with over 200 active members in the Philippines. Mensa members meet, collaborate, and share knowledge about anything and everything. Famous international Mensa members include Academy Award-winner and Olympic archer Geena Davis, bad boy director Quentin Tarantino, comedian Steve Martin, wordsmith Richard Lederer, the late science fiction master Isaac Asimov, and Dilbert creator Scott Adams.
Some of our local Mensa members include Mica Papa, senior correspondent of GMA Network, Inc. and winner of One World Award for “Gintong Krudo” documentary; Custer Deocaris, one of the recipients of the The Outstanding Young Men award for Science Communications; Lyndon Gregorio, creator of Beerkada comics; and Christopher Tan, one of the top ten entrepreneurs of 2005 and reality TV personality.