It’s a certain proud moment for Indians as a 10-year old has broken the IQ score of Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking with ease.
A 10-year- old Indian boy has pushed the limit by beating the individual scores of Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking with a stupendous and perfect score of 162.
As per the general belief, both Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking have a Mensa IQ score of 160. Dhruv Talati, resident of Barkingside in Ilford, London, scored a perfect 162, which is the maximum possible score in Mensa’s Cattell III B Paper in July 2016.
This kid, who is a student of Fullwood Primary School in Barkingside, Ilford, has now joined the elite club of one percent of people who apart from scoring the highest,
He also have been named as the most intelligent people in the world.
As per The Sun Report, Dhruv exclaimed after the test that it was not that difficult but the time limit made it challenging.
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Apart from being gifted with such intelligence, Dhruv is also a well-performing in sports like cricket and tennis.
At the age of 5, he was selected for playing and training at LTA’s Compete Tennis, which is one out of the 19 high-performance center’s for tennis in the UK.
He was also selected to play for Metropolitan Essex District. He dreams to grow up to be a Robotics expert and a cricketer.
Mensa is recognized as the world’s oldest and largest high-IQ society. In 1946, Roland Berrill, Dr. Lance Ware, a scientist, and a lawyer formed Mensa in Oxford.
With the passage of time, Mensa spread worldwide and now has a membership of 110,000 members across the world, including 20,000 members in the British Isles.
Dhruv had taken the Cattell III B test, which has 150 questions for assessing comprehension through text passages. In this test, the maximum possible score is 161, while the highest possible score for anyone under 18 is 162.
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