Two-Year-Old Kashe Quest Makes History As The Youngest American Member Of Mensa, The High IQ Society
While most two-year-olds are playing with Barbie dolls and having tea parties, two-year-old Kashe Quest of Los Angeles, CA, is making history by becoming the youngest American Mensa member.
Blavity, reports that it was the little girl’s mother, Sukhjit Athwal, who first noticed that her daughter was something special.
“We started to notice her memory was really great. She picked up things really fast & she was really interested in learning. At 17 months, she had recognized the alphabet, numbers, colors & shapes”
Kashe Quest can also identify all 50 states by shape and position on a map. She is learning to read, do ASL & can identify elements on the periodic table by their symbols.
After an IQ test, it was determined that the two-year-old has an IQ of 146, well above the genius level, & well making her qualified to become a member of American Mensa, a prominent high IQ society.
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