Isang 11 anyos na Pilipinang babae na mas mataas pa ang IQ kay Einstein. Di tinangap sa Paaralan!

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Napakaswerte mong magulang kapag nagkaroon ka ng matalinong anak. Pero minsan isa rin ito sa naging dahilan ng pagkakaroon ng problema, dahil hindi maiiwasang may mga negatibong pangyayari na minsan ay hahadlang pa sa pangarap ng iyong anak.

Katulad na lamang ng isang onse anyos na batang babae na ito, na kung saan ay na dismaya sa kanyang first-choice school, ang result ng kanyang IQ ay nagpapatunay na nakakapanghinayang siya at mas nawalan ang paaralang yaon at hindi siya ang talo dito.

Si Mia Golosino ay nireject sa kanyang napiling paaralan ang “????????? ???? ??????? ?????????, ?? ?????? ??? ?? “????????????????.”

Ito ay nag udyok sa mga magulang ni Mia na magpakuha siya ng British Mensa IQ test, sa paniniwalang magpa-iba sa desisyon ng nasabing paaralan.

Ayon pa sa ulat:

Mia aced the exam and posted a 162-score line, which revealed that she appears to possess a higher IQ than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, who scored 140 and 160, respectively.

“We could not believe our eyes upon seeing the invitation letter…,” said her father Jose in a report by Metro UK.

Jose and his wife Mary moved to England from the Philippines 10 years ago. They are sharing their daughter’s story to help kids who didn’t get into their preferred school.

According to Mary, Golosino had “such little confidence in herself that this is exactly what she needs.”

In spite of her brainpower, Golosino seems to be a pleasantly ordinary 11-year-old. She had to do chores the day before the big test.

“The day before, she was told to tidy up the kitchen, play with her three-year-old sister Macy, and help her mom sort things for the new baby, which is due any time now. It was just a normal day,” said her dad.

Golosino now has a spot at the Royal Latin grammar school in Buckingham. She wants to be a judge someday.

Mia is an avid swimmer and dancer who has long been dreaming about attending Aylesbury High grammar school.

There is an important life lesson here: You won’t always get what you want… even if your IQ is higher than Einstein’s.