Recently, a two-year-old girl was claimed to be the youngest member of American Mensa after she scored 146 on the IQ test. Mensa is the world’s largest and oldest high IQ society under the umbrella of which those members fall that have scored top two percent on a standardized IQ test of the population.
A few days back, a toddler Kashe Quest, from Los Angeles, California, was announced to the youngest member of this group. According to Kashe’s mother, her child’s impressive memory amused them, and this indicated them something was different. She was able to recognize the complete numbers of the alphabet, shapes, and colors at the age of 17 and 18 months old.
Kashe knows 50 sign languages and can identify all 50 states by their shapes and map locations.
According to her mother, although she is learning how to read, she is still “a normal two-year-old” kid who throws tantrums. Her mother also said her primary priority as a parent is to make certain Kashe has a close to normal childhood and that her family does not impose unrealisitics expectations on her.
The executive director of American Mensa, Trevor Mitchell, said that Kashe is a remarkable addition to society. “We are proud to have her and to be able to help her and her parents with the unique challenges that gifted youth encounter.”
There are more than 50,000 members in American Mensa. According to the Guinness Book of Records, an American magazine columnist named Marilyn Vos Savant has the highest IQ score in the world of 228.