Teen Girl With IQ of 161; 'Blonde and Ditzy' Has IQ Higher Than Bill Gates, Albert Einstein
By Staff Writer | February 12, 2013 09:27 PM EST
Lauren Marbe, who is sixteen, is a teenager from Essex defies the stereotypes for blondes.
As she scored 161 on the Mensa brain test, that is higher than Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking and even Albert Einstein, The Telegraph reported.
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Marbe shares her love of fake tanning, blonde highlights, and getting manicures like any other teenager however it seems her high IQ test sets her apart from the norm.
"My teachers knew I was quite clever because of my grades but they had always thought I was blonde and a bit ditzy," she told SWNS. "Now they keep saying 'I didn't realize you were that clever'."
The teenager a student at Roding Valley High School has been enrolled in the prestigious society Mensa, placing her in the top one percent of smartest people in the world.
Marbe shared her parents were surprised by the result, however said they will support her in whichever path she decides to follow.
She shared about her interest in architecture at the University of Cambridge and drams of one day being celebrated as her idol, Denise Van Outen, an English actress.
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