According to her parents, Cash’s skills started developing rapidly from the moment she said the first word. Soon, she mastered sentences with five or more words, and was still interested in something. If he doesn’t know something, he wants to know how it works, and as soon as he learns something, he uses it right away.
Even her pediatrician considered Cash’s skills extraordinary. So, in agreement with him, his mother decided to take her daughter to a psychiatrist who would perform an IQ test on her. The result was an IQ of 146.
According to some researchers, most adults have an IQ, or IQ, in the range from 85 to 115. An IQ above 115 is generally considered high, according to the US Mensa website, and an IQ above 130 is required for membership in the organization.
Mensa members agree that a higher IQ makes studying easier
2% of people in the Czech Republic have an IQ of over 130. Most of them are members of Minsa International, which today celebrates its 67th birthday.
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