Kashmea Wahi is an 11-year-old student at West London’s Notting Hill and Ealing Junior School and she helped her team at Oxford Maths Challenge to secure the third place. In her free time, she plays Net Ball, Lawn Tennis, and Chess.
She has also played these on the national level but her parents used to nag her about her studies, so she wanted to prove a point to her parents. And that’s why she took an IQ test on Mensa; she found it while browsing her I Pad. She scored it on Cattell 3B Test; it is a well-known international evaluation process where the max score was achieved is 161 for adults and 162 for under 18s where she achieved 162 at the age of 11!
It is 2 points extra of Einstein and Stephen Hawking’s IQ! Mensa is the largest and the oldest high IQ society in the world and a Mensa spokesperson said, “I can confirm that Kashmea is one of the youngest to achieve 162 in the supervised test as it can only be taken by the people over the age of 10 and a half.”