LA Toddler Is Now the Youngest American Mensa Member With IQ of 146


A Los Angeles toddler makes history as the youngest member accepted into Mensa.

The two-going-on-three-year-old has been accepted into Mensa - the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world.

Kashe Quest has an IQ of 146, while the average IQ in America is 100. That is truly amazing!

According to FOX LA, the toddler's mother says that she started to notice her memory was really great and picked up things really quickly. She adds that at about 17, 18 months, she had recognized all the alphabet, numbers, colors, and shapes!

If you weren't already impressed, Kashe is reportedly also able to identify all 50 states by shape on a map and is learning Spanish. Furthermore, she can count to 100, can identify elements on the periodic table by their symbols and knows over 50 signs in sign language!

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