NEW YORK - A toddler in England has reportedly become a Mensa genius at aged 3 after scoring 142 in the admission test.
Her score was nearly as high as Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
Dayaal Kaur could count to 15 by the time she was 13-months-old, according to her dad. She could also recite the alphabet around 14 months.
When she started nursery, the nursery manager told them she far exceeded any learning they could provide.
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The Mensa test looked at reasoning, problem solving, knowledge and vocabulary, visual-spatial processing, and working memory. The facilitator said Kaur scored in the top 0.01 percent.
There are approximately 143,500 Mensa members worldwide. The USA has the most members with around 47,600 members.