Nasara James Dabo, a 13-year-old Nigerian girl, is already astounded by her intelligence.
According to AIT News Kaduna, the student from Ideal College International in Kaduna won a gold medal after answering 34 math questions in 172 seconds at the International Mathematical Olympiad (junior category).
The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is an annual global mathematics competition for secondary school students that involves over 100 countries from five continents.
Prior to the tournament, students are given time to practice in their home countries to improve their arithmetic problem-solving abilities. Dabo won gold last year with a total score of 145, beating out 150 other participants from around the world.
Aside from the gold medal, the Kaduna State government promised to pay for her secondary education and, later, her university education.
Only a few months after winning the IMO program, the thirteen-year-old genius exhibited her aptitude for scholastic performance by taking the tough Mensa IQ (Intelligence Quotient) test under careful supervision.
According to All School, Dabo has an IQ of 150, putting her in the top 1% of Mensa applicants globally. She has just got a LIMCA Award for memorizing 673 binary numbers in less than 9 minutes at the Mind Sports Olympiad Memory Championship.
Dabo expressed a desire to become a doctor in the future.