PHOTOS: Meet the Black girl who was accepted into exclusive high-IQ club at age 4

PHOTOS: Meet the Black girl who was accepted into exclusive high-IQ club at age 4

- Anala Beevers is a child prodigy who could identify and point to alphabets at just 10 months old

- By 18 months she was reciting numbers in both Spanish and English

- Anala was accepted into MENSA with an IQ of 145 at the age of 4 years

- The exclusive high-IQ club accepts only those who score in the 98th percentile on an IQ test

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At the age of just four years old, New Orleans native, Anala Beevers, was reported to possess an IQ of over 145. Her natural genius helped her learn the alphabet at just four months old.

YEN.com.gh gathered that when she was born she would mouth the ABCs along with her mother, Sabrina Beevers.

At just 10 months old, Beevers could identify and point to each letter, and by 18 months she was reciting numbers in both Spanish and English.

Meet Anala Beevers the Black girl who was accepted into MENSA with IQ of 145 at the age 4

Anala Beevers/Photo credit: Twitter.com
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Beevers skipped pre-K and was enrolled directly into kindergarten at the Marrero Academy for Advanced Studies in Jefferson Parish.

Democraticunderground.com reports Beevers was invited to become one of 2,800 MENSA members under the age of 18.

The exclusive high-IQ club accepts only those who score in the 98th percentile on an IQ test.

Alana Beevers placed in the 99th percentile range, putting her intelligence in the top one percent of all humanity.

Beevers parents say she always has a new pursuit and she's a multi-tasker.

YEN.com.gh recently reported that young Black women such as Jackie Smith reflect a shimmer of brilliance with their academic achievements.

Smith just completed her years of training at the United States Naval Academy and is ready to be commissioned to serve her country as she makes her mark in history.

The young woman’s recent feat certainly mirrors her hard work and character. Her motivating story also affirms how far the world has come regarding the integration of women in careers that were once considered to be male-dominated.

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