Taking the Mensa Qualifying Exam and you still have questions? We have compiled a second list of Frequently Asked Questions. See if yours is here.
 
“What are the requirements?”
The minimum requirement is age: you should be 14 years old and above. That’s it! 
 
“I’m not a Filipino, but would like to take the exam. Is that ok?”
Yes. And if you qualify, we will send you an invitation to join, too.
 
“I am an unregistered student this semester, but also unemployed. Will I receive a discount?”
Unfortunately, the discount is granted only to enrolled undergraduate students. However, we give group discounts. Groups of five can avail of a discounted rate of just Php 500 instead of Php 800!
 
“Can a group of undergraduate students also avail of a group discount?”
Definitely! A group of all undergraduate students currently enrolled can avail of a discount, too! Groups of five can just pay Php 300 instead of Php 500! Just present your current school ID.
 
“I’m not sure if I can make it on exam day, that’s why I have not registered yet. Can I just walk in on test day?”
Sure! If you come in on a fully booked time slot, we’ll assign you the next available time slot (or test date). Paying in advance though secures you a seat in your preferred time.
 
“What do I need to bring on exam day?”

Bring a valid ID. In addition, when you have already registered and paid, you will receive a confirmation slip which you have to bring, too. We’ll provide the pencils.

“Do we find out our IQ score, percentile, or just news that we passed or failed?”
You get to find out all of the above.

“How long after taking the exam will we find out our results?”
It will take about 2-3 weeks. Results will be sent via email, so please make sure you have the correct contact details, especially your email address.
 
Don’t see your questions here? It might be on our first set of FAQ’s over here.
 
 
The upcoming Mensa Exams are on June 3, 2017, Castle Peak, F. Cabahug Street, Cebu; and on July 1, 2017, 2/F Marsk Building, Aurora Boulevard corner Balete Drive, Quezon City.

4 Comments

  • Nicole Leyba

    I’m afraid the information you’ve sent me through email is not true. I’ve never tried or took the Mensa Qualifying Exam and I have no any isea about that yet. I’m so sorry if there are some confusions about my application.

  • Flordemelody t. Dizon

    Goodeve sir… i just want to know the i.q test of my son but the problem is he is only 3yrs old. As what i had read here,the minimum age of taking this IQ test is 14… so how is it?

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