Mia Golosino, aged 11, was surprised to find she had one of many highest IQ scores on file

A British Filipino lady found she had an IQ larger than Einstein and Stephen Hawking after being refused a place at her native school.

Mia Golosino, aged 11, had set her coronary heart on going to Aylesbury Grammar [selective] School.

However, regardless of passing the entry examination with flying colors, she was turned down for a place at the school as a result of “oversubscription”.

Mia’s dad and mom, IT supervisor Jose and full-time mom Mary, organized for his or her daughter to sit down a Mensa check to assist them enchantment the choice.

“We were amazed to find she scored the highest possible mark of 162 – more than Albert Einstein!” stated proud father Jose. “This puts her in the top one per cent of the population.”

Happily, Mia was then provided a place at the celebrated 600-year-old Royal Latin Grammar School in close by Buckingham.

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Meanwhile Jose and Mary, who moved to England from the Philippines 10 years in the past, have requested for Mia’s story to be shared to provide hope to different kids.

“We thought it might inspire other families whose kids did not get into their preferred school,” stated Jose.

“And we are also telling Mia that she must believe in herself, whichever school she goes too.”

Mia, a eager swimmer and ballet dancer, desires to be a decide when she grows up.

The Royal Latin is a 20-minute drive from the household’s residence within the city of Wolverton. “It’s actually closer than Aylesbury, which was the first choice,” stated Jose.

162 is the best rating it’s potential to realize on the check at present utilized by Mensa (the Cattell 111B Scale). Mia additionally outsmarted the scientist Stephen Hawking, who is claimed to have achieved a rating of 160.

The benchmark to be thought of a ‘genius’ is 140, and a median IQ is taken into account to be something between 90 and 110.

The common IQ within the Philippines is 86. The world rankings are topped by close to neighbours — Hong Kong and Singapore (108), South Korea (106), Japan (105), China (105) and Taiwan (104). The nation with the bottom IQ is Equatorial Guinea at 59.

Source: philippineslifestyle