Nine-year-old clears Class 10 mathematics exam with flying colours

  • | Wednesday | 14th August, 2019

He proved it when scoring an A grade in class 10 examination of the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) board which was held in May. While students have to clear five papers to complete class 10, Aarav just wrote the two advance math papers to check his aptitude for mathematics, and he came through with flying colours. They figured his ability for math and got him tested by his high school teacher who iterated that the boy had a high aptitude for numbers. When she got his IQ checked at MENSA, the largest and oldest high IQ society, “we were told that he falls in the top two percentile of IQ levels. He has the math ability of a 19 years and of a nine-month-old kid.” They have applied for his membership to MENSA.

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