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Iranian 11-year old girl scores highest possible mark in Mensa IQ test

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Iranian 11-year old girl scores highest possible mark in Mensa IQ test

Scoring 162 points means that Tara is well above the so-called 'genius benchmark' of 140.

I was shocked when I got the result. I never expected to get such a good score," she said.

Tara took the test in Oxford and had to answer questions within a set time.

Tara's family is originally from Borazjan county in the Southern Iranian Bushehr Province.

I knew she is intelligent but such a great success of her was unexpected to me," her father said.

 

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