PwC estimates that AI rollouts will add $15.7 trillion to global GDP by 2030. China will capture $7 trillion of that total, to North America’s $3.7 trillion. In one of our previous blog posts, China Rising in Age of Applied AI, we discussed how China’s scrappy entrepreneurs, abundant data, and armies of competent (although not elite) AI […]
Joining Mensa Canada
The qualification to join Mensa is having an IQ score at or above the 98th percentile of the population (i.e.: in the top 2%).
For the purpose of joining Mensa, there are three acceptable ways to ascertain your IQ. You can:
- Take a supervised Mensa entrance test at one of our testing sessions
- Provide evidence of a prior qualifying score on an accredited test
- Take an accredited test under the supervision of a private psychologist
Note: Mensa Canada no longer offers the Home Practice Test. If you are not ready to take the official exam, you may practice by attempting the Mensa International Mensa IQ Challenge.
Taking the Supervised Mensa Entrance Exam
Submitting Scores From Another Test
Prior Evidence and Testing by Psychologists
If you have received a qualifying score on one of our accepted alternate tests, you don’t have to write the supervised Mensa exam in order to join. All you need to do is provide official proof of your qualifying score.
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