Two 11-year-old girls have achieved the maximum IQ test results possible, 162 out of 162.
Indian-born London schoolgirls, Kashmea Wahi and Anushka Binoy, both took the supervised Cattell III B Mensa test.
For context, Albert Einstein and Professor Stephen Hawkings are thought to have an IQ of 160.
Kashmea, who was born in Mumbai, told India Today: "It's overwhelming to be compared with the likes of Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein; the comparison is implausible and I believe it would take loads of achievements for anyone like myself to be able to get into the league of such legends.
"Anyway, I am buzzing with excitement."
Anushka Binoy told the BBC: "When I walked into the exam hall, I was flabbergasted.
"I mean, the room was full of grown-ups and I felt very nervous. But when I started the exam, I found it easier."
The Cattell III B Mensa test has 150 questions which includes the assesment of how applicants comprehend passages of text.
It can only be taken people over the age of ten and a half.
Kashmea took the test to prove to her parents she didn't need to be reading books for hours on end.
In the future, Anushka doesn't know whether she would like to be a doctor or pursue writing as a career.
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