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A ten-year-old girl from Tameside in Manchester recently scored the highest possible mark in an IQ test, outperforming even Einstein.
Nishi Uggalle is one of the youngest in Britain to have taken a Mensa test usually taken by children over the age of ten and a half years old.
Having scored 162 in one of the IQ assessments, her result put her two points higher than the famous physicist.
Mensa provided indy100 with an exclusive set of puzzle questions, and although this is not an official IQ test, it might give you some idea if you're suitable for Mensa.
Do you have what it takes to pass this test?
For further information on Mensa and IQ test session in your area please visit www.mensa.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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