This Indian child's child woke up in Britain, highest score achieved in the Mensa IQ

This Indian child's child woke up in Britain, highest score achieved in the Mensa IQ test at the youngest


This Indian child's child woke up in Britain, highest score achieved in the Mensa IQ test at the youngest


London: The ten-year-old Indian-born child in Britain achieved the highest marks in the Mensa IQ test and achieved this achievement at the youngest of the decade. He left behind the sharp men like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Mehul Garg decided to take part in the competition while walking on the map and steps of his 13-year-old elder brother Dhruv Garg. Dhruv scored the highest score with 162 points last year. Mehul also calls his beloved Mahi

Mother Divya Garg said, "Mahi is also very competitive. Even his brother had got so many marks last year, he also wanted to show that he is not less than his brother. '

A student of Reading Boy's Grammar School in South England received the maximum prescribed score of 162 and became a member of High IQ Society, Mensa.



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