A toddler in California is the newest (and youngest) member of Mensa International, and she just might be one of the smartest people in the country.
Two-year-old Kashe Quest tested for an IQ of 146, which is 46 points above the national average.
Such an IQ puts Kashe in the ‘genius’ or ‘near-genius’ level of IQ intellegence, and in the top 2% of the entire U.S. population.
Kashe knew the alphabet, numbers, colors, and shapes at just 18 months, according to her parents. Now she’s learning multiple languages at once.
A Los Angeles toddler has been accepted into Mensa— the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world. Kashe Quest is just 2 years old and has an IQ of 146. https://t.co/ubP7Jvoh3Z
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