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Did you know that in the U.S. alone, more than six million people qualify for membership? That's actually one person in every 50. Unfortunately, most don't realize that they qualify and haven't even considered membership. If you are considering joining Mensa, there are two ways to become a member. You can either sit for the Mensa Admissions Test (if you are 14 years of age or older) or you can submit prior evidence from nearly 200 tests like the Stanford Binet, the Miller Analogies Test or the

If you are interested in taking the Mensa Admissions test, check out our testing schedule or contact our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Taz Criss with any questions!

Membership in GCM

If you are a member of American Mensa, you are automatically a member of the Local Group where you live based on the Zip Code of your address on file with American Mensa. If the address you have provided to American Mensa is in the GCM area, you are automatically a member of Gulf County Mensa.

If you move to the Gulf Coast Mensa area

Simply access your Profile to change your address with American Mensa, and your membership will automatically transfer to OCM.

How to Transfer to GCM Without Moving

If you are a member of a different Local Group, you have the option to transfer your membership to Gulf Coast Mensa. Simply contact American Mensa. Specify your member number and state that you want to become a “member by preference” of Gulf Coast Mensa (#06-770).




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