This 11-Year-Old Indian Girl has a Higher IQ Than Einstein

Mumbai born Kashmea Wahi had just taken the test to prove a point to her parents!

11 year-old Kashmea Wahi is an Indian origin UK resident, who is now quiet possibly the brainiest student in the country!

Kashmea took the Mensa IQ test to prove a point to her parents, who had been nagging her about her study habits, and scored the top score of 160, beating Einstein's AND Stephen Hawking's score!

"It's overwhelming to be compared with the likes of Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein, the comparison is implausible and I believe it would take loads of achievements for anyone like myself to be able to get into the league of such legends. Anyways, I am buzzing with excitement," Kashmea said on her amazing achievement!

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Her parents are, predictably, over the moon! " We are ecstatic at Kashmea's Mensa achievement. Although we always believed she had the intellectual prowess, the acknowledgement is reassuring that she does possess the ability, the energy which if well channelised, can lead to something wonderful." 

Want to try beating Kashmea's score? You can take the test here.

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