Among the Britain’s youngest contestants contesting for brainiest youngster there is an Indian-origin girl who is just 9. This is yet another achievement for Indians living in Britain.
She is known as Rhea, though her last name has not been revealed, she will be appearing in ‘Child Genius’ series on Channel 4 and she is one of the youngest kid amongst others contesting for the crown.
Her mother’s name is Sonal and she gave up her job as a doctor to help Rhea grow to a genius individual and according to her she reads The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)-level books for stimulation. Her parents are also thinking to start her getting advice on her taking GCSEs early. Importantly, the GCSE is an academically rigorous, internationally recognised qualification awarded in a specified subject. Her mother also informed that she recently warmed up for the contest by beating 8,000 children to a national art prize. She has been studying for up to 10 hours a day to prepare herself for the programmes in which she will compete with 15 young rivals.
Among the tests they will face is memorizing 155 UK train stations. Talking about pressurizing the kid by the channel and the programmes she said that such is not the case at all.