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How many points can a 13-year-old boy join Mensa club if he has top IQ?

the 13-year-old boy in England actually joined the Mensa club with the highest score, and it is the highest score in history. The IQ test score of 162 points and the cultural quality assessment score of 152 points are very remote for ordinary people to join Mensa, so how many points can be added to the Mensa?

According to the mirror on August 27, a 13-year-old British boy, dhruv Garg, took part in the entrance test of Mensa club in his summer free time. Unexpectedly, he successfully joined Mensa's top IQ club with the highest score in history, I.Q. test score of 162 and cultural assessment score of 152.

Druver is keen on Mathematics and chemistry. He likes to play table tennis and cricket. He can also spell a magic cube in 100 seconds. He is not only intelligent, but also keen on social undertakings. He studied at a reading school in Berkshire and worked on developing software to help lonely people socialize. At present, the software is still in the early stage of development. People living in the same area can gather together to communicate with each other through the software to meet their desire to meet new friends.

Mensa's questions are kept secret all over the world and are not displayed or sold. In mainland China, Mensa does not have a club or any related authorization. You can choose to take the test in Hong Kong. The entrance test is conducted twice a month in a small hall on the 7th floor of the Great Hall in Central Hong Kong. There are 36 questions in the exam, and the examinee answers them in 40 minutes. The test questions are different from those in English speaking areas. They are all graphic questions. This is to avoid the disadvantage of using English to Hong Kong residents. The test fee is HK $100. If you pass the test, you will soon be invited to join the club. Hong Kong Mensa's membership fee is low, 250 Hong Kong dollars per person per year, and half for members under the age of 21. It embodies the purpose of Mensa's non-profit. The money will be used to fund the club's activities. The most special thing about Mensa in Hong Kong is that its entry rate is as high as 80%, which is 2% higher than the world average, ranking the top of Mensa's clubs. Wang Fengwen, chairman of Mensa in Hong Kong, believes that the reason may be that Chinese people use square characters and are naturally sensitive to graphics, or that Chinese people are introverted and do not do things without confidence. All participants are more confident.