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This Indian boy has surpassed Einstein in IQ!

Mehul Garg, a 10-year-old Indian origin boy residing in London has become the youngest applicant in a decade to achieve the highest score in the Mensa IQ test, beating extraordinary geniuses like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.

Mahul Garg who is nicknamed Mahi has in fact just followed the footsteps of his brother, the 13-year-old Dhruv Garg, who had also scored the highest score of 162 last year.

His achievement of scoring 162 points has made him part of the 1 percent of people in the world with extraordinary IQ. His IQ is two points higher than that of Hawkins and Einstein.

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The pupil of Reading Boys Grammar School in Reading, southern England has thus also become a member of Mensa, the High IQ Society.

“Mehul said the paper challenged his language skills, including analogies and definitions, and his sense of logic,” said his mother.

The little boy was very much nervous during the initial stage of the test but was cheered upon by his father.

“I was in tears when I got the results back,” Mehul said after he got the results this week.

The boy who loves cricket and ice skating loves mathematics the most. He also hopes to run a tech company like Google.


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