Two-year-old potty training gets 99% on IQ test
A two-year-old girl who is still training to use the pot joined Mensa as its youngest member after an IQ test by a psychiatrist confirmed her to be in the top 1% of the population.
As the Independent reported on July 4, the toddler from Kentucky in the United States has been admitted to membership in the society that cares for people with high IQs.
A two-year-old from Kentucky has become the youngest member of Mensa, a society for people with high IQs.
According to Isla McNabb’s parents, Amanda and Jason, they noticed Isla left plastic alphabet blocks around the house naming the items where she left them. Next to the sofa she left the word “sofa”, next to the TV remote control she left the word “TV” and so on.
The McNabbs realized she was different from the average child who learns to read and spell at age six. According to mother Amanda, “She was reading at the kindergarten level to two years old.
“So I said, ‘Let’s see what’s going on here, let’s see how smart this kid is. “”
Isla, who joins 50,000 other members of whom only three are under the age of four, will most likely skip kindergarten/nursery and move on to primary school when she’s old enough and masters the potty, which her dad says: “She can read well beyond his little years, but we are still working on potty training,
“So she’s still an average two-year-old about it.”
Joining Mensa is no easy accomplishment and a testament to the two-year-old’s level of intelligence, but for now the potty training is still ongoing, she will need to be handled with care to making sure she grows up after enjoying a normal childhood.
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