Right now, would you trust me on the off chance that I let you know that a kid of 10 has scored higher on an IQ test than any of these widely acclaimed masters?Yes, I’ve not mistaken anywhere. As indicated by the Times of India, 10-year-old Dhruv Talati, a British-Indian kid from Barkingside in Ilford, London has secured 162 on an IQ test – which not just beats Einstein and Hawking’s score of 160, but at the same time is the most astounding score one can get on an intelligence evaluation.
This kid goes to Fullwood Primary School in London and his mom and dad, a teacher and an investment managing expert respectively, both hail from India. With this marvelous execution on the test, Dhruv Talati has now joined the extremely selective rundown of individuals who score this high – just around 1% of the people who take the test. Mensa, the world’s biggest, and most established high IQ society which just allows enrollment to those in the 98th percentile or higher in an intelligence test, now calls. Dhruv’s parents, vastly proud of such a massive achievement added that :-
He was so busy with this cricket that he had not prepared for it. This is an eye-opener for us. We will make every effort to encourage his talent.
We’re all so proud of you, Dhruv. On the off chance that you beat a portion of the best personalities of our time at 10, we can’t hold up to see what everything you’ll do as you grow up.