Tara Sharif Breaks Records for Highest IQ
11 year old Sharif, of Pakistani origin score higher than Stephen Hawking
Lahore (21st June, 2019): UK-based, eleven-year-old Pakistani, Tara Sharif breaks records for highest IQ in the world.
According to Baaghi TV reports, news of Sharif’s origins are false. In fact, Sharif’s family belongs to Balochistan area of Dasht Kocho Zareen which is situated in Pakistan.
The 11-year-old, daughter of Hussain Hamdam Iranian, has exceeded all expectations by leaving behind Alrbert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, in IQ test. It has been confirmed by Baaghi TV’s reports that Sharif has scored a total of 162 points while Hawking’s had an IQ of 160.
Tara Sharif has made Balochistan and Pakistan proud.
Currently a student at the Aylesbury High School, in England, Sharif took the “non-verbal” test in Oxford. While Einstein never took the test his IQ is also estimated to be 160. Sharif has broken Mensa IQ scores of both physicists Einstein and Hawking. Her scores indicate that she is well above the conventional “genius benchmark” of 140.
According to Baaghi TV’s sources, Sharif shared her thoughts stating, “I never expected to get such a good score”. Her parents are overjoyed with her success. Her father has commented:
“I knew she was very clever but I did not think she would have such a high IQ“.
Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for more updates.