Meet the 12-Year-Old Indian Origin Girl Whose IQ Is Higher Than Albert Einstein & Stephen Hawking
The incredible young girl, who lives in Britain, wants to pursue a career in medicine and save lives in the future.
Rajgauri Pawar is currently on top of the world. After all, the 12-year-old Indian origin girl from Britain, has an IQ of 162, which is the highest possible IQ a person below 18 years of age can have.
Her IQ also happens to be two points ahead of Stephen Hawking, who tested at 160 and even higher than Albert Einstein’s estimated score!
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Rajguari’s exceptional IQ tally was revealed when she appeared for the British Mensa IQ Test in Manchester (United Kingdom) this April. Her scores put her in the top one percentile of everyone who takes the exam across the globe.
Through an email to Indian Express, Rajgauri spoke about how it was not only an incredible feeling to have done so well but also to represent India on such a global scale. She wrote, “I am just feeling on top of the world and can’t explain in words. It’s an honour for me to represent India on foreign soil and achieve such a feat.”
Rajgauri is a student of Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, which also expressed pride at her achievement. Her teachers and parents are delighted with her exceptional performance in the test and they understandably expect her to do great things in life.
As for Rajgauri herself, she dreams of one day saving lives by studying medicine in the future. She notes, “I would like to pursue medicine in the future and am also inclined towards topics including Physics, Astronomy and Environment.”
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