Anala Beevers of New Orleans learned the alphabet at four months of age and learned numbers in Spanish by the time she was 18-months-old. Now, at 4-years-old, she is a MENSA‘s newest member, AOL reports.
MENSA, the international organization for the super smart, took notice and extended the young genius an invitation to join their exclusive club. The organization normally invites adults to the club, but Anala is truly an exception. She has an IQ of more than 145. Most of MENSA’s members are in the top two percent; Anala is in the top one percent.
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“She keeps us on our toes,” says her father Landon, who said she needs her own reality TV show.
When asked by a reporter if she’s smart, she nodded her head “yes.” When asked, “How smart are you?” she said, “Really smart.”
Though having a child as smart as Anala is a joy, it can also be a challenge.
“She’s a handful,” Landon said. “I’ll tell you, she’s a handful.”
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