Two year old Kashe Quest from California has become the youngest member of Mensa. Mensa is a high IQ society that is open to people who score in the 98th percentile in a standardized and supervised or any other approved IQ test.
At just eighteen months, Kashe’s parents noticed that she was advancing rapidly, using sentences with 5 or more words. At a visit to the pediatrician, her parents told the pedestrian and they told her to “look into it”. They tested Kashe and she scored a 146 on the Mensa Test.
Kashe can name all 50 states by name, shape and location, can name all the elements on the periodic table, and is learning spanish.