In remarkable news, an 8-year-old Indian-origin boy named Arav Ajaykumar, who lives in Leicester, is being considered among the cleverest people in Britain, having entered the Mensa with an Intelligence Quotient (IQ) of 152, when he was all of four. Since his childhood, Arav had a knack for numbers. By the age of two he could count to thousand and by four he had been accepted into MENSA.
Arav and his family moved to UK in 2009. The boy spoke to Times of India and his response is as clever as him. “I like maths because there is only one right answer.” he said in his northern British accent.He has inculcated habits that feed his logical mindset. Apart from maths, he liked playing chess and even bike riding if the weather conditions were good. He aspires to be a Chess grand master one day.
Importantly, MENSA is the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world, headquartered in Caythorpe, UK.