- A young Filipina student in the United Kingdom experienced being rejected from her first choice of school
- After taking another test, they discovered that she has an IQ level higher than the genius Albert Einstein
- The father of the student explained that her daughter did not get into her preferred school because of “oversubscription”
- However, the student got an offer from the Royal Latin School in Buckingham and she accepted it
A Filipina student in the United Kingdom was reported to have an IQ higher than Albert Einstein’s.
KAMI learned that the young Pinay student experienced being rejected from her first choice of secondary school.
In a report by GMA News Online (authored by Rie Takumi) in 2017, Mia Golosino wanted to study at the Aylesbury High grammar school but her application was rejected.
Mia took an IQ test and it revealed that she has a genius IQ level of 162. According to Live Science, Einstein was believed to have an IQ of 160.
As reported by Smart Parenting, Mia’s father, Jose, clarified why his daughter got rejected from Aylesbury High. He said that it had to do with their home location and the number of students the school can only accommodate.
“Iyon ang tinatawag na oversubscription. Pang-sampu si Mia sa waiting list sa unang round ng allocation,” he said.
Meanwhile, according to the report of Metro UK (authored by Jen Mills), Mia accepted the offer from the Royal Latin School in Buckingham.
Albert Einstein is a German theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity and quantum theory. He is the genius behind the ever-famous mass-energy equivalence equation.
In a previous report by KAMI, a 9-year-old genius was able to finish his college degree at a very young age. He was also planning to get a Ph.D. while studying medicine.
Meanwhile, a 19-month-old baby went viral and was dubbed as a “reading genius” for being able to read using flashcards.
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