10-year-old Dhruv Talati has recorded the highest possible score of 162 to beat the score registered by Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Dhruval did the unthinkable in the Mensa Catell ||| B Paper in July 2016.
Dhruv has joined the list of smartest of the lot because only one percent of the actual number of people who participate in the program can achieve the highest possible score.
“The test was not difficult but the time made it a challege”
– Dhruv said after the test.Dhruv is a talented Tennis and Cricket player. He wants to become a robotics expert and a Cricket player in future. This Indian origin boy is based in London.Mensa is the oldest and largest high IQ society in the world. The highest possible score for adults is 160 and 162 of under eighteen. The members of the society are people with high IQs and currently 120,000 people from 100 nations are registered with the society.