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Four-year-old Mensa member’s TV usage restricted as he speaks to parents in languages he picks up


The parents of a four-year-old member of Mensa have had to restrict their son’s TV usage because he easily picks up new languages and speaks back to them in Arabic and Spanish which they can’t understand.

Saashwat Aroon, from Reading, was just three-and-half years old when he was accepted into Mensa – making him one of the youngest members currently part of the prestigious society.

His impressive IQ score ranked him in the 99.9th percentile despite having only been to nursery for a few months prior. The top possible IQ score for his age is 151.

Speaking to MailOnline, his father Aroon Ramarajen, 34, revealed that his son learned everything at home without any education, simply by reading and watching videos.

Mr Ramarajen, a chartered accountant, and his wife Pavittra Aroon, a 33-year-old HR consultant at LSE, moved from Chennai in India to Reading in 2019 with baby Saashwat and their eldest son, Niyyanth, who is aged six.

Despite their son’s incredible talents, they have also found it…



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