5 Kids Who Beat The Likes Of Albert Einstein And Stephen Hawking With Highest IQ Scores

5 Kids Who Beat The Likes Of Albert Einstein And Stephen Hawking With Highest IQ Scores ••

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Sometimes children display extraordinary powers of the genius. They are not only talented but beyond gifted for how else will you explain these kids scoring the highest IQ scores and beating Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking at their own game?

Let’s take a look at these children who blinded us with their brilliance, India times reports.

1. Arnav Sharma

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A resident of England, Arnav scored 162 points on the Mensa IQ test without ever preparing for it. The 11-year-old born to Indian-origin parents beat Einstein’s score by two points and is now among the top one percent of the nation in terms of IQ level.

2. Rajgauri Pawar

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Rajgauri Pawar, 12, also scored 162 points on the Mensa IQ test and beat both Einstein and Hawking by two points. The Indian-origin girl will now join the coveted British Mensa IQ Society as its newest member.

3. Dhruv Talati

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10-year-old Dhruv took Mensa’s Cattell III B Paper in July 2016 and scored 162, beating the individual scores of Einstein and Hawking of 160. He was named one of the most intelligent people in the world. While for adults, the maximum possible score is 161, for those under the age of 18, the highest limit rests at 162.

4. Akhilesh Chandorkar

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Akhilesh Chandorkar, 11, took the Mensa IQ test while vacationing in Scotland and scored the same 160 points as Einstein and Hawking, thereby becoming a member of the world’s top 2% intelligent people.

5. Kashmea Wahi

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Mumbai-born Kashmea Wahi also scored 162 on the Mensa IQ test. The 11-year-old Indian-origin girl, who resides in the UK, became one of the top one percent of the country’s brightest people.

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