A 12-year-old schoolgirl in Britain has achieved an IQ score of 162 on the Mensa IQ test, higher than the famous genius physicists, Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, whose IQ scores are thought to be 160.
Nicole Barr, a member
of the traveling Roma community and student at Burnt Mill Academy, Harlow, Essex, scored 162 points, placing her among the top one percent most intelligent people in the entire world, according
to Mensa spokesperson Ann Clarkson.
The score of 162 is the highest reported score for the test. Only very few people have achieved it. It implies that Nicole could be smarter than Einstein and Hawking, world famous physicists.