With IQ 162, taller than both the geniuses Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, the 10-year-old English girl joins the world's smartest community.
According to the New York Post, Freya Mangotra (in Moseley, a suburb of Birmingham, England) took an IQ test in late October. At that time, I was only 10 and a half years old, the youngest allowed to take the test.
As a result, Freya achieved an IQ of 162 for the Cattell III B test (verbal reasoning test). As such, I have a higher IQ than both the genius physicist Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking - thought to have an IQ of 160.
Freya showed talent from an early age and could remember everything very quickly.(Photo: BPM Media).
His father, Dr. Psychiatry Kuldeep Kumar, said Mensa rated Freya "genius".
"They said it was the highest score a person achieved under 18 years old. I didn't want to put much pressure on him but we knew she was a genius early on, when she was 2 or 3 years old , " he said. will.
The father told Freya to hold everything very fast, with high concentration, just seeing or doing it once did remember everything.
Freya Mangotra grew up in an intellectual family. Her mother, Dr. Gulshan Tajuria, is currently studying a doctoral degree in child development. Despite being only 10 years old, Freya and her parents read all 7 Harry Potter books.
The self-discipline and hardworking daughter also surprised the Kumar couple. They must tell me to stop reading books before 10pm. Normally, Freya gets up very early, from 6:30 am, to get ready for school.
Freya doesn't work hard like a nerd. I also like writing, writing plays, playing chess, swimming and dancing. A 10-year-old female also has a taekwondo black belt.
"She wanted to be a doctor but then changed. She loved to write, love stories, and wanted to be a film director. Freya joined the school's drama club and directed the plays herself. age, " said Dr. Kuldeep Kumar.
Currently, Freya Mangotra attends Blue Coat School in Harborne. I was invited to receive a scholarship to attend a prestigious private school - King Edward VI Girls High School - in Edgbaston.