A GIRL joined Mensa when she was three — after learning the alphabet at 14 months.
Dayaal Kaur passed the admission test for the high IQ society with 145 — just below Albert Einstein’s estimated score.
Dayaal Kaur, from Birmingham, was admitted to Mensa aged three Credit: SWNS:South West News Service
Dad Sarb Singh, 39, a health and wellbeing pastoral leader from Great Barr, Birmingham, said he always knew she was “exceptional”.
He said: “I am biased, but it was crazy how quickly she was able to learn the alphabet and read. I could have a proper conversation with her when she was only two — it was incredible. Her social skills and sense of humour are as breathtaking as her intelligence and IQ. I am privileged to be her dad.”
Sarb and Dayaal’s mum Rajvinder Kaur, 32, a solicitor, love to buy her books on space— her favourite topic.
Rajvinder said: “She says things all the time that I have to Google.” Dayaal, of Birmingham, gets on better with young teens and does not tend to watch cartoons like other children her age.
Her parents want to get their highly gifted girl, now four, moved up a year at school.
Sarb said: “She’s not from this planet.
“She shouldn’t be squeezed into a conventional educational system.”
Dayaal passed her Mensa test with a score close to Einstein’sCredit: SWNS:South West News Service
The child genius with her dad Sarb, mum Rajvinder and baby sis Kalyaan Credit: SWNS:South West News Service
Dayaal learned the alphabet at just 14 months Credit: SWNS:South West News Service
‘I could have a proper conversation with her when she was only two’, Sarb saidCredit: SWNS:South West News Service
‘Her social skills and sense of humour are as breathtaking as her IQ’, the proud dad addedCredit: SWNS:South West News Service
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