12 Year Old Girl Has Beat Albert Einstein IQ
Lydia Sebastian a 12 year old girl has beat Albert Einstein IQ score on Mensa IQ test. We have seen many kids with unique abilities, such as Jacob Barnett, the genius boy who believed will disapprove Einstein’s theory, or the 3-year-old girl who gives the motivational speech, Lydia is also one of those people who born with special gift. Lydia has scored tops on the Mensa IQ test, proved that she has extra-ordinary skills to outperform real life challenges.
With top score of 162 on Mensa’s Cattell III B paper, this 12 year old girl has beat Albert Einstein IQ or even Stephen Hawkings, which is believed got 160. She had scored the full score of 162 with minutes to spare at London’s Birkbeck College during her holidays.
The Mensa IQ test consist of 150 questions, about language and logical skills with analogies and definitions. The maximum score that can be achieved is 161 for adults, and 162 for under-18s.
“I was really nervous before the test and I thought it was going to be really hard. But as I started the test, I thought it was a bit easier than I thought it was going to be,” she said.
Lydia lives in Essex, UK and pursuing school at the Colchester County High School for girls. Her parents are India Origin, her father Arun Sebastian is from Kerala and working as a radiologist in Colchester General Hospital, her mother Erika Kottiath is working as an associate director in Barclays bank. The genius girl was able to convince her parents to take up the Mensa IQ test. Her father and the mother were overwhelmed, when they knew she got the maximum marks.
Her parents say that Lydia started to speak very earlier, she was able to speak, when she was six months old and added that Lydia had started to play Violin, when she was four years old. When her father was working as the trainee doctor he used to talk with his daughter on the phone, where he had the chance to hear the toddler’s beautiful words, her father said in rejoice.
She is a big fan of Harry Potter and had read seven part series books thrice, Lydia says that she likes to pursue her career in Mathematics.