3-year-old Arizona girl with IQ equivalent to Einstein enters Mensa
Sharath Komarraju | On 24, Feb 2014
A 3-year-old girl hailing from Arizona has become the newest and probably one of the youngest members of the prestigious club Mensa after she scored 160 in an IQ test. This makes her IQ score equivalent to that of Albert Einstein himself. Although Einstein never took an IQ test but it was known he took some form of IQ test in his age and his score came out to be 160.
Alexis Martin can easily label each and every continent in the world on a map. Mensa only considers those people who have an IQ score in the top 2% in the world making Alexis the youngest from Arizona to score 160. Her intelligence level was first noticed by her family as she was able to recite bedtime stories accurately that were recited to her by her parents a night back.
The average score of a person usually falls in the range of 90-100.
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