A 13-year-old Indian girl living in UK has scored a mindboggling 162 on a Mensa IQ test, which is the highest score possible for someone who is under 18 years of age.
According to British Mensa, the incredible score has put Neha Ramu in the top 1 per cent of brightest people in the country, the Gulf News reported.
Experts believe that the achievement means that Neha has intelligence higher than scientist Albert Einstein and physicist Stephen Hawking.
The high score has also made her a part of the Mensa society – an elite club for people having high IQs.
Neha was born on May 8, 2000, in Bangalore to mother Jayashree and father Ramu Muniraju – both doctors in ophthalmology; she moved to UK in 2007 and is currently studying in Grade 7 in Tiffin Girls School, Kingston upon Thames.