This 10-year-old British-Indian boy has beaten Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking in an IQ test.
Dhruv Talati secured 162, highest possible score in Mensa’s Cattell III B Paper, while Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking scored 160. Mensa, oldest and largest high IQ society in the world, has only eight percent members who are under 16. The test Dhruv attempted has 150 questions and assesses comprehension through passages of texts.
Resident of Barkingside in Ilford, London, Dhruv goes to Fullwood Primary School in London, did not find the test tough. “The test was not that difficult, but the time made it a challenge”, said the whizz kid.
The 10-year-old also plays tennis and cricket and at the age of 5 was selected to play and train at LTA’s Compete Tennis, one of the 19 High Performance Centre’s for Tennis in the UK.
Dhruv dreams of being a robotics expert and a cricketer. His mother is a teacher and his father is an investment banking consultant who are ready to make every effort to encourage Dhruv’s talent.
The 10-year-old scored the maximum possible score for under under-18s.