In UK a 10years old boy of Indian origin has scored 162 points in Mensa IQ, crossing Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein by 2 points.
Mehul Garg has also become the youngest in last ten years to score the highest points.
Interestingly, he appeared for the test after his brother, who is 14years old scored the highest score 162 last year.
Divya Garg, Mehul’s mother said “Mahi [Mehul] is fiercely competitive, his older brother had achieved the same score last year so he really wanted to prove that he is no less intelligent than his brother.”
Mehul is a student of Reading Boys Grammar School in Reading, Southern England.
His mother informed that Mehul had to solve challenges of the papers, including analogies and definitions, and sense of logic.
Mehul was very nervous because the test was time-pressured. But constant praising by his father, Gaurav Garg, made him calm after he could solve few questions in the beginning.