In April, high IQ society MENSA admitted its youngest member ever. Elise Tan Roberts from London, England scored in the top 0.2% of the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale test when she was only two years and four months old.
Elise Tan Roberts, from Edmonton, north London, has an IQ of 156 and can recite the English alphabet, count to 10 in Spanish and name types of triangle.
BBC featured a short video segment with a reporter quizzing Elise on the capitals of various countries.
“What’s the capital of Jamaica?”
Now if she only had Chinese Bean Cards, she could have been top 0.1% and scored over 160.